UC Santa Barbara General CatalogUniversity of California, Santa Barbara

Ethnicity Requirement Course List

ANTH 148A - Comparative Ethnicity

ANTH 191 - Indigenous Movements in Asia

ARTHI 121D - African American Art and the African Legacy

ARTHI 121F - History of Native Art and Architecture of North America

ARTHI 125A - Chicano Art: Symbol and Meaning

AS AM 1 - Introduction to Asian American History, 1850-Present

AS AM 2 - American Migration Since 1965: Asians and others in the United States

AS AM 3 - Asian American Personality and Identity

AS AM 4 - Introduction to Asian American Popular Culture

AS AM 5 - Introduction to Asian American Literature

AS AM 6 - Sociology of Asian America

AS AM 7 - Introduction to Globalization and Asian Americans

AS AM 8 - Introduction to Asian American Gender and Sexuality

AS AM 71 - Introduction to Asian American Religions

AS AM 100AA - Chinese Americans

AS AM 100BB - Japanese Americans

AS AM 100CC - Filipino Americans

AS AM 100DD - Korean Americans

AS AM 100FF - Specific Asian Ethnic Groups

AS AM 107 - Third World Social Movements

AS AM 109 - Gender and Labor in Transnational Asian America

AS AM 111 - Asian American Communities and Contemporary Issues

AS AM 113 - Asian Americans and the Long Civil Rights Movement

AS AM 118 - Asian Americans in Popular Culture

AS AM 119 - Asian Americans and Race Relations

AS AM 120 - Asian American Documentary

AS AM 121 - Asian American Autobiographies and Biographies

AS AM 124 - Comparative Ethnic American Literature

AS AM 127 - Asian American Film, Television, and Digital Media

AS AM 131 - Asian American Women's History

AS AM 132 - South Asian Women in Diaspora

AS AM 136 - Asian American Families

AS AM 137 - Multiethnic Asian Americans

AS AM 138 - Asian American Sexualities

AS AM 140 - Theory & Production of Social Experience

AS AM 146 - Racialized Sexuality on Screen and Scene

AS AM 148 - Introduction to Video Production

AS AM 149 - Screenwriting

AS AM 161 - Asian American Religions

AS AM 165 - Ethnographies of Asian America

BL ST 1 - Introduction to African-American Studies

BL ST 1H - Introduction to African-American Studies- Honors Seminar

BL ST 4 - Critical Introduction to Race and Racism

BL ST 6 - The Civil Rights Movement

BL ST 6H - The Civil Rights Movement- Honors

BL ST 14 - The History of Jazz

BL ST 15 - The Psychology of Blacks

BL ST 38A - Introduction to African-American Literature (Part 1)

BL ST 38B - Introduction to African-American Literature (Part II)

BL ST 50 - Blacks in the Media

BL ST 102 - Black Radicals and the Radical Tradition

BL ST 103 - The Politics of Black Liberation - The Sixties

BL ST 108 - Obama as a Political and Cultural Phenomenon

BL ST 122 - The Education of Black Children

BL ST 127 - Black Women Writers

BL ST 129 - The Urban Dilemma

BL ST 131 - Race and Public Policy

BL ST 137E - Sociology of the Black Experience

BL ST 142 - Music in African-American Cultures: U.S.A.

BL ST 160 - Analyses of Racism and Social Policy in the United States

BL ST 169AR - African-American History

BL ST 169BR - African-American History

BL ST 169CR - African-American History

BL ST 170 - African-Americans in the American Cinema

BL ST 172 - Contemporary Black Cinema

C LIT 153 - Border Narratives

CH ST 1A - Introduction to Chicano/a Studies

CH ST 1B - Introduction to Chicano/a Studies

CH ST 1C - Introduction to Chicano/a Studies

CH ST 125B - Contemporary Chicano and Chicana Art

CH ST 137 - Chicana/o Oral Traditions

CH ST 138 - Barrio Popular Culture

CH ST 139 - Chicana/o Native American Heritage

CH ST 140 - Chicana/o Mexican Cultural Heritage

CH ST 144 - The Chicano Community

CH ST 148 - Chicana Art and Feminism

CH ST 151 - De-Colonizing Feminism

CH ST 152 - Postcolonialism

CH ST 154F - The Chicano Family

CH ST 155W - La Chicana: Mexican Women in the United States

CH ST 168A - History of the Chicano

CH ST 168B - History of the Chicano

CH ST 168E - History of the Chicano Movement

CH ST 168F - Racism in American History

CH ST 171 - The Brown/Black Metropolis: Race, Class, & Resistance in the City

CH ST 172 - Law and Civil Rights

CH ST 173 - Immigrant Labor Organizing

CH ST 174 - Chicano/a Politics

CH ST 175 - Comparative Social Movements

CH ST 178A - Global Migration, Transnationalism in Chicana/o Contexts

CH ST 180 - Survey of Chicano Literature

CH ST 181 - The Chicano Novel

CH ST 184A - Chicana Writers

CH ST 187 - Language, Power, and Learning

CH ST 188C - Chicano Theater Workshop

CH ST 189 - Immigration and the U.S. Border

CH ST 189B - The Global Underground

EACS 140 - Indigenous Movements in Asia

ED 187 - Language, Power, and Learning

ENGL 38A - Introduction to African-American Literature (Part 1)

ENGL 38B - Introduction to African-American Literature (Part II)

ENGL 50 - Introduction to U.S. Minority Literature

ENGL 114BW - Women and Literature

ENGL 122BP - Cultural Representations

ENGL 134 - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134AA - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134AB - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134AF - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134AL - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134AW - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134BB - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134BL - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134CH - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134IA - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134IB - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134IR - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134LG - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134MD - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134MP - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134MR - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134NA - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134NR - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134PC - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134RR - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134RS - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134TC - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 134TR - Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States

ENGL 187AA - Studies in Modern Literature

ENGL 191 - Afro-American Fiction and Criticism, 1920's to the present

ENV S 189 - Religion And Ecology In The Americas

FEMST 60 - Women of Color: Race, Class, and Ethnicity

FEMST 60H - Women of Color: Race, Class, and Ethnicity Honors

FEMST 142 - Black Women Filmmakers

FEMST 153 - Women and Work

FLMST 127 - Latin American Cinema

HIST 160A - The American South to 1865

HIST 160B - The American South, 1865 to the Present

HIST 161A - Colonial and Revolutionary America

HIST 161B - Colonial and Revolutionary America

HIST 164IA - American Immigration

HIST 164IB - American Immigration

HIST 168A - History of the Chicanos

HIST 168B - History of the Chicanos

HIST 168E - History of the Chicano Movement

HIST 168F - Racism in American History

HIST 168M - Middle Eastern Americans

HIST 168N - Interracial Intimacy

HIST 169AR - African-American History

HIST 169BR - African-American History

HIST 169CR - African-American History

HIST 179A - Native American History to 1838

HIST 179B - Native American History, 1838 to the Present

LING 136 - African American Language and Culture

LING 180 - Language, Race and Ethnicity

LING 187 - Language, Power and Learning

POL S 174 - Chicano/a Politics

RG ST 14 - Introduction to Native American Religious Studies

RG ST 71 - Introduction to Religion in Asian America

RG ST 110D - Ritual Art and Verbal Art of the Pacific Northwest

RG ST 114B - Religious Traditions of the Southwest

RG ST 114C - Myths, Symbols, and Transitions in Native American Religions

RG ST 114D - Religion and Healing in Native America

RG ST 123 - Asian American Religions

RG ST 124 - The History of Religions in Aztlan

RG ST 131F - The History of Anti-Semitism

RG ST 140E - Islam in America

RG ST 162F - South Asians in the U.S.

RG ST 193 - Religion and Ecology in the Americas

SOC 128 - Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

SOC 137E - Sociology of the Black Experience

SOC 139A - Black and White Relations: Towards Pluralism or Integration?

SOC 144 - The Chicano Community

SOC 153 - Women and Work

SOC 154F - The Chicano Family

SOC 155M - Contemporary U.S. Women's Movements

SOC 155W - Chicanas and Mexican Women in Contemporary Society

SPAN 109 - Spanish in the United States: The Language and Its Speakers

SPAN 135 - Survey of Chicano Literature

SPAN 179 - The Chicano Novel

THTR 180E - Culture Clash: Studies in U.S. Latino Theater

THTR 180F - Asian American Theater

THTR 180G - Race, Gender, and Performance

THTR 184AA - African American Performance