Spring 2019 classes offered in Ethnic Studies as of Monday, 03/25/2019 at 09:45 AM
schedSpringES report generated: 25-MAR-19


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ES 105 Intro to U.S. Ethnic Studies1212073IA

MWF10:00-10:50NR_201Marsden,KL40337990

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ES 106 Intro to Black Studies1218773below

F10:00-10:50HGH_106Bell,RJ30273992SR
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992SR
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ES 107 Chican@/Latin@ Lives1221073IA

MW13:00-14:20NR_201Perez,N3032-2990

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ES 245 Hip Hop & the Black Experience1218383IA

TR13:00-14:20CEF_011Bell,RJ30282990SR
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ES 280 CouRaGeouS Cuentos Production2265982below

W15:00-16:50BSS_317Perez,N20182990

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ES 280 Hip Hop Conference3265991below
04/18R17:00-18:50FH_163Bell,RJ2022-2990

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04/25-04/26RF17:00-21:50FH_163



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ES 280 Hip Hop Conference Organizing4266001below

F13:00-13:50BSS_211Bell,RJ1055990

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ES 306 Narrating Genocide1220693below

T17:00-19:50BSS_204Attallah,MN40391990

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ES 308 Multi-Ethnic Resistance (U.S.)1212083IA

W17:00-19:50SH_117Attallah,MN40400990

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ES 310 U.S. & Mexico Border1212094IA

MW09:00-10:50HGH_106Perez,N3031-1992

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ES 336 American Ethnic Literature1214034below

MW11:00-12:50HGH_117Curiel,BB15131990

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ES 396 International Latino Film Sem.1219361IA
03/05-03/07TWR18:00-22:20OCGaskell,R20155990
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ES 480 Social Justice Summit1212101below
03/01-03/02
-TBABell,RJ2528-3990

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ES 480 Act to End Racism2268463below

TR11:00-12:20KA_106Bell,RJ16142990

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* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on the Saturday preceding the first day of classes.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedSpringES report generated: 25-MAR-19
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ES 106 Intro to Black Studies21877IA,This hybrid class meets every Friday from 10:00 to 10:50.
ES 280 CouRaGeouS Cuentos Production26598IA,This course is focused on editing and producing the department's CouRaGeouS Cuentos student journal. Students will move through the full publishing process and gain valuable experience on the evaluation of writing submissions, curating a body of work, copyediting, typesetting and designing the annual issue.
ES 280 Hip Hop Conference26599IA,Earn credit for attending a conference aimed at deepening an understanding of Hip Hop. Includes keynote presentation, Hip Hop party, workshops, film screenings, and discussions. Topics may include art and activism, transformative reforms, social justice movements, identity formation, resistance, and more. Class meetings are April 18 and May 2; event dates are April 25 and 26.
ES 280 Hip Hop Conference Organizing26600IA,This course serves as the organizing hub for HSU's annual Hip Hop Conference. This one-unit course provides a unique opportunity to earn credit for planning a fun and educational event. Students will utilize skills in party planning, graphic design, marketing, event coordination, and other organizing skills.
ES 306 Narrating Genocide22069IA,Explores various genocides of the modern era, with particular emphasis on the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923). Examines the processes of genocide, collective responsibility and responses from the international community.
ES 336 American Ethnic Literature21403IA,Chicano Literature: Trends and topics in Chicano literature: the relationships between art and social movements; bilingualism; the relationship between oral and written text; Chicano experience within U.S. history and culture.
ES 480 Social Justice Summit21210IA,Attend HSU's annual Social Justice Summit. Organized by the Multicultural Center, there will be a keynote presentation, workshops, film screenings, and discussions. Topics may include art and activism, transformative reforms, social justice movements: past present and future, and more.
ES 480 Act to End Racism26846IA,We are living in a challenging time: old forms of racism are appearing in new guises, while overt white supremacy is re-entering the public arena. Familiar forms of liberal multicultural activism have not transformed racialized systems of inequality. But this is also an era of inspirational activism, where mass movements are challenging the very logic of racialized violence, exclusion and marginalization, from Black Lives Matter to the Dream Defenders. We will explore together ways to learn from and act with these movements to transform our campus community.