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RM301 – Post-Racial Discourses, Post-Racial Futures

Examines the rise of post-racialism in the contemporary era and in particular the logic and assumptions underlying this ideology. Considers how racially marginalized groups challenge post[racialism and how they provide an alternative vision of a post-racial world. The course brings together insights from various fields of study including postcolonial theory. A frofuturism and indigenous futurism. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Social Inequality requirement. (Not offered 2017-18).

Prerequisite: Race, Ethnicity, & Migration 312 or Consent of Instructor.

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