Associate Professors—Busacca, Caulfield, Rivera
Lecturers—Drescher, Keller, M.
The Critical Social Thought Minor seeks to acquaint the student with both the theoretical development of critical social thought and its practical, analytical application in different social, historical settings.
MINOR IN CRITICAL SOCIAL THOUGHT
Each student shall, in consultation with a faculty adviser, develop an individual program of 21 to 24 units around a coherent theme and/or methodology.
Courses for this program are listed in alphabetical sequence (see Critical Social Thought discipline in the "Announcement of Courses" section).
Units Introduction—comprehension of the tradition of Critical Social Thought, required of all minors CST 300 Introduction to Critical Social Thought 3 Theoretical Core—courses concerned with the theoretical development of critical social thought; depending on student qualification, each person shall elect six to nine units from this segment; courses elected here must be thematically integrated with those elected from the Analytical Core. Courses which might fulfill this requirement upon adviser approval include the following: 6-9 HIST 312 Capitalist Hegemony and Third World Resistance HIST 348 European Intellectual History II PLSI 351 Political Theory: The Classical Tradition (4) WOMS 530 Women Studies and Social Theory Analytical Core—courses concerned with the practical application of critical social thought in different social, historical settings; each student shall elect nine units from this segment; courses elected must be thematically integrated with those elected from the Theoretical Core. Courses approved for this core vary from semester to semester. Program advisers have lists of currently approved courses. Students must consult an adviser before selecting courses for these requirements. Approval of an adviser is mandatory. 9 CST 680 Integrative Seminar in Critical Social Thought 3 Minimum total 21-24
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