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Critical Social Thought Discipline Courses Details

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CST 300 : Introduction to Critical Social Thought

Prerequisites: Upper division standing or consent of instructor.
Description: The tradition and development of critical social thought in interaction with social-economic, political conditions from Kant, Hegel, and Marx in the 19th century to 20th century Marxism, phenomenology, and feminism. This course is offered as CST 300 and PLSI 386. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.
Units: 3
Latest Offering: Spring 2014

CST 320 : Racism: Cross-Cultural Analysis

Prerequisites: Upper division standing or consent of instructor.
Description: Cross listed with ANTH 320. For course description, see ANTH 320. (May not be repeated under alternate prefix.)
General Education:
  • Segment II Area - Behavioral and Social Sciences Area (BSS)
  • American Ethnic and Racial Minorities (AERM)
  • Lifelong Development (LLD)
Units: 3
Latest Offering: Fall 2013

CST 585 : Globalization and World Cultures

Prerequisites: ANTH 120 or consent of instructor.
Description: Cross listed with ANTH 585. For course description, see ANTH 585. (May not be repeated under alternate prefix.)
General Education:
  • Segment III Cluster - Globalization and Citizenship in the Americas
  • Cultural, Ethnic, or Social Diversity (CESD)
Units: 3
Latest Offering: Spring 2014

CST 590 : Anthropology of Women

Prerequisites: ENG 114 or equivalent.
Description: Cross listed with ANTH 590 and WGS 595. For course description, see ANTH 590. (May not be repeated under alternate prefix.)
General Education:
  • Segment II Area - Behavioral and Social Sciences Area (BSS)
  • Segment III Cluster - Human Sexuality
  • Lifelong Development (LLD)
  • Cultural, Ethnic, or Social Diversity (CESD)
Units: 3
Latest Offering: Spring 2014
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