Interdisciplinary Studies Summer 2013More Info & Table of Contents
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 How To Read The Class Listing       DATES
  CRN  SEQ TYPE DAYS    TIMES       BEG-END     ADDRESS or BLDG   ROOM  INSTRUCTOR

IDST  50   College Success                                3.0
 52520 113 Lec MTWRF 12:15-01:45PM 06/10-07/19               MUB  A280  Robinson, M                  Final Book
                                                                        Wise, N                                
IDST  80A  Diversity: Racism                              0.5
 52446 001 Lec  SAT  09:10-05:00PM 07/06-07/06               MUB  A370  Palaita, D                   Final Book
          A consciousness raising analysis and evaluation of racism  
          on individual, institutional, and cultural levels in the  
          United State: expanding one’s knowledge about racism,  
          increasing personal awareness of one’s own socialization  
          and assumptions, and applying this knowledge and awareness  
          for individual and social change.                      
IDST  80C  Diversity: Sexism                              0.5
 52442 001 Lec  SAT  09:10-05:00PM 06/15-06/15               MUB  A370  Arruda, E                    Final Book
          A consciousness raising analysis and evaluation of sexism  
          on individual, institutional, and cultural levels in the  
          United State. Expanding one’s knowledge about sexism,  
          increasing personal awareness of one’s own sexism and  
          assumptions, and the application of this knowledge and  
          awareness for individual and social change are emphasized. 
IDST  80D  Diversity: Heterosexism                        0.5
 52443 001 Lec  SAT  09:10-05:00PM 06/22-06/22               MUB  A370  Kappra, R                    Final Book
          A consciousness raising analysis and evaluation of     
          homophobia and heterosexism (discrimination based on   
          perceived or real sexual orientation and identity) on  
          individual, institutional, and cultural levels in the U.S.  
          Expanding one’s knowledge about heterosexism, increasing  
          personal awareness of one’s own socialization and      
          assumptions, and the application of this knowledge and  
          awareness for individual and social change are emphasized.