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Ethnic Studies
ES 1 Intro to Ethnic Studies 3.00 Units
An introduction to the interdisciplinary study of race and ethnicity in the United States. The course will examine key topics such as racial discrimination, immigration, economics, labor, political conditions, cultural expression and resistance, social justice movements, racial and ethnic identity, and gender and sexuality. A comparative approach covering African American, Arab American, Asian American, Chicanx/Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander American groups.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 2 U.S. Ethnic Minority Families 3.00 Units
Examination of the diversity of contemporary United States ethnic minority families with an emphasis on comparison and contrast. Family dynamics and processes will be the primary focus within the context of ethnicity. Adaptation and responses to dominant group social constructs and social structures will also be examined. Groups to include: African American: Asian American; Mexican-Central and Latin American; Native American; Middle Eastern American.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 4 Intro to Latinx Studies 3.00 Units
A pan-Latina/o, comparative, and interdisciplinary approach to major themes and issues related to the Latinx community in the U.S., including: race and racism, indigenous culture, colonialism, war, genocide, migration, transnationalism, citizenship, identity, language, gender, family, labor, neoliberalism, education, expression, and resistance. A critical examination of modern Latin American history and indigenous and African cultures connected to the Latinx diaspora, including Chicana/o, Mexican, Central American, South American, and Caribbean-American communities in the U.S.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 5 Race/Gender in Pop Culture 3.00 Units
A critical examination of representations of people of color in popular culture, from historically significant to contemporary examples. Using an intersectional lens of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexuality, students will analyze representations from mainstream films, independent cultural productions, music, visual art, and social media, and how characters and communities of color are portrayed and interpret these images as consumers of media.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 6 Intro to Pac Island & Oceania 3.00 Units
An introduction to the studies of the Pacific Islands and Oceania and its Polynesian, Micronesian, and Melanesian communities.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 7 Women of Color in the US 3.00 Units
Critical examination of the historical and socio-cultural experiences of African American, Latinx/a, Asian American, Native American, Arab American, and Pacific Islander women through a feminist perspective. The course will study gender and how it intersects with race, ethnicity, nationality, class, sexuality, religion, and other systems of difference and power. (No credit if SOCI 7 has been completed).
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 10 Intro Asian American Studies 3.00 Units
An examination of the experiences and perspectives of Asian Americans from mid-1800's to the present. Major topics will include immigration, law, citizenship, racialization, colonialism, imperialism, war, family, political involvement, social movements, education, and employment. Provides a comparative context for understanding the panethnic movement. May not receive credit if SOCI 10 has been completed.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 25 American Indian History 3.00 Units
Historical survey of American Indians in the United States from earliest times to the present day. Emphasis on Indian societies and cultures, Indian relations with predominant cultures, Indian movement for self-preservation, and historical background necessary to understand contemporary problems of the Indians. Emphasis on the Indians of California and the West. May not receive credit if HIS 25 has been completed.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 42 Asian Am Hist 18th Cen to 1945 3.00 Units
An exploration of Asian American history from the 18th century to WWII. A comparative analysis of issues and perspectives by first wave immigrants from China, Japan, Korea, India, the Philippines. (May not receive credit if History 42 has been completed successfully.)
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
ES 43 Asian Amer Hist:Early 20th Cen 3.00 Units
A historical survey of Asian Americans from early 20th century to the present. The course will interrogate the term "Asian American" and apply comparative analysis among diverse groups including Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, South Asian, and Southeast Asian.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 

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