Fall 2024 classes offered in Ethnic Studies as of Tuesday, 04/16/2024 at 07:00 AM
schedFallES report generated: 16-APR-24


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ES 105 Intro to U.S. Ethnic Studies1425103


WF11:00-12:20ONLCorral Rocha,M352870996SR
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ES 106 Intro to Black Studies1425113


TR11:00-12:20NR_224Hatendi,CM40131017990SR
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ES 106 Intro to Black Studies2426453


TR09:00-10:20ONLRansom,JD4015619990SR
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ES 107 Chican@/Latinx Lives5432703


TR09:00-10:20ONLCorral Rocha,M4025105990

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ES 200 African Am and Latinx Am Hist1439473


TR11:00-12:20FH_235Monico,RA351
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ES 305 African American Cultural Hist1425133


R11:00-12:20SH_110Bell,RJ4016816990

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-ONLBell,RJ



990

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ES 308 Multi-Ethnic Resistance (U.S.)1438473


WF13:00-14:20ONLWallin-Sato,TW3016
1400

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ES 317 Campus Dialogue on Race1427431

10/21-10/25
-TBABernal,AY254
21990

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10/17R17:00-18:50BSS_204Bernal,AY



990

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11/07R17:00-18:50BSS_204Bernal,AY



990

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ES 336 Satire and Intersections1423694below

MW15:00-16:50FH_108Delgado,A63
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schedFallES report generated: 16-APR-24
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ES 336 Satire and Intersections42369Special Topic Description: Fiction, poetry, essays, and films by creators of color at the intersections of gender, disability, and class, including several works of satire. This class is cross-listed with ENGL 336 and WS 336.