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Halloween BOO Bash!

Comparative Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies present the SCARIEST Halloween event on campus, our 2017 Halloween BOO Bash!

Tuesday, October 31 • 2:45–4:15 p.m. • Wilson-Short 101

There will be food, candy, drinks, free swag, and raffles for items like a new Kindle Fire tablet and gift cards, not to mention plenty of scary decor and costumes! Come in costume and automatically WIN a prize!

Admission is free and open to all students, staff, and faculty. We hope to see you there!

Course Syllabi — Fall 2017

Undergraduate Courses — Fall 2017

The following undergraduate courses are taught by CCGRS faculty and instructors; for a full list of courses offered, see the Schedules of Courses. For American studies courses numbered 500 and above, see our Graduate Courses.

Course

Title

Instructor

CES 101.2
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Guerrero

CES 101.3
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Streamas

CES 101.4
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies (First-Year Focus students only)
Leonard

CES 101.5
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies 
Ratto

CES 101.7
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Hazelwood

CES 111» More …

Recent publication from Dr. Shahani

Dr. Nishant Shahani‘s essay “Patently Queer: Late Effects and the Sexual Economies of India” was published in GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies (2017, Duke University Press) 23(2), Pg. 195-220.

Abstract

In 1998 the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis filed a writ petition against the Indian government to prevent local drug manufacturers from producing generic HIV and cancer medications. Rather than framing queer politics in India as a matter of state-sanctioned citizenship in which queers rally for legal rights, “Patently Queer: Late Effects and the Sexual Economies of India” considers this case of Novartis AG v. Union of India as a … » More …

Safety Zone Statement

We are your safety zone.

In a time when divisiveness and fear permeate our nation, CCGRS faculty, students, and staff remain committed to working together for social justice and to safeguarding a community that fosters and respects difference. CCGRS stands against abuse, bullying, racism, xenophobia, transphobia, and all forms of sexism.

We will continue to strive for transformative knowledge, understanding, action, and hope in an unequal but increasingly interconnected world.

Course Syllabi — Spring 2017

Course Syllabi — Spring 2017

Click on a course title for its syllabus. The following undergraduate courses are taught by CCGRS faculty and instructors; for a full list of courses offered, see the Schedules of Classes. For American studies courses numbered 500 and above, see our Graduate Courses.

WSU Pullman

Course

Title

Instructor

CES 101.1
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Ong

CES 101.3
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Ratto

CES 101.4
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Sharif

CES 101.5
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Fowler

CES 111
Introduction … » More …

Film: “No Más Bebés”

The CCGRS Critical Film Collective, Diversity Education, and Hispanic Heritage Month present a screening and discussion of No Más Bebés (No More Babies) on Tuesday, September 20, 6:00–8:00 p.m. in Todd Hall 230. The discussion will be facilitated by Veronica Sandoval.

No Más Bebés tells the story of 10 undocumented Mexican women who filed a class-action lawsuit (Madrigal v. Quilligan) in 1975 against L.A. County doctors, the state of California, and the federal government for sterilizing them without consent. Alongside an intrepid, 26-year-old Chicana lawyer and armed with hospital records secretly gathered by a … » More …

Course Syllabi — Fall 2016

Course Syllabi — Fall 2016

Click on a course title for its syllabus. The following undergraduate courses are taught by CCGRS faculty and instructors; for a full list of courses offered, see the Schedules of Courses. For American studies courses numbered 500 and above, see our Graduate Courses.

Course

Title

Instructor

CES 101.2
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Lugo-Lugo

CES 101.4
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies (First-Year Focus students only)
Ong

CES 101.5
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Hazelwood

CES 101.7
Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
Sharif

CES 101.8
» More …