CES 209: Hip Hop Around the Globe [HUM] / Leonard CES 260: Race and Racism in US Popular Culture [HUM] / Guerrero CES/Women_St 300: Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality [DIVR] [M] / Barclay Women_St 338: Women and Popular Culture [HUM] / Thoma
Dr. David Leonard (professor, CES) will present “The Privilege to Play: Video Games, Campus Culture, and Identity,” a Washington State University Common Reading Program lecture, at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28, in Todd Hall 116. The event is free and open to the public.
This talk will examine how both video games and universities sell “experiences” that not only privilege and empower certain identities and experience, but also sell a world that erases, obscures, and finds pleasure in an imagined “Other.” Both games and college create worlds of tourism, selling not simply an experience of fun and excitement but one in which joy and … » More …
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!
Click on a course title for its syllabus, when available. 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.
Ph.D. Graduate Student in American Studies with Graduate Certification in Digital Humanities M.F.A. in Creative Writing with Graduate Certificate in Mexican American Studies, University of Texas Pan American B.A. in English, Magna Cum Laude, University of Texas Pan American
My research interest includes Chicana feminism, global feminism, queer studies, the prison–industrial complex, immigration policies, and affect theory. The research I have conducted and written covers a wide array of … » More …
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.
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 …