CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPOLSH123B01
Course TitleAmerican Politics: Difference and Discrimination
Credit1.0
DepartmentAfrican and Africana Studies
InstructorZachary Oberfield
Time And DaysMW 12:30-2:00
Room LocationHlls 109
Additional Course InfoSO I Limit:40
Limited to 35 Frosh & Sophs, 5 Jrs & Srs.
Enrollment limited to 40 students.
Introduction to American politics and government through the perspective of individuals who have experienced discrimination, including people of color, the poor, women, and gays and lesbians. Particular attention to how the political system maintains inequality with respect to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation and the extent to which it provides opportunities for empowerment.
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CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPOLSH123B01
Course TitleAmerican Politics: Difference and Discrimination
Credit1.0
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorZachary Oberfield
Time And DaysMW 12:30-2:00
Room LocationHlls 109
Additional Course InfoSO I Limit:40
Limited to 35 Frosh & Sophs, 5 Jrs & Srs.
Enrollment limited to 40 students.
Introduction to American politics and government through the perspective of individuals who have experienced discrimination, including people of color, the poor, women, and gays and lesbians. Particular attention to how the political system maintains inequality with respect to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation and the extent to which it provides opportunities for empowerment.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage



CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPOLSH123B01
Course TitleAmerican Politics: Difference and Discrimination
Credit1.0
DepartmentPolitical Science
InstructorZachary Oberfield
Time And DaysMW 12:30-2:00
Room LocationHlls 109
Additional Course InfoSO I Limit:40
Limited to 35 Frosh & Sophs, 5 Jrs & Srs.
Enrollment limited to 40 students.
Introduction to American politics and government through the perspective of individuals who have experienced discrimination, including people of color, the poor, women, and gays and lesbians. Particular attention to how the political system maintains inequality with respect to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation and the extent to which it provides opportunities for empowerment.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage




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