RELI 055 - Antisemitism, Islamophobia, and Racisms: Global Perspectives
Semester Hours: 3
This course explores the discourses, politics and history that led to the racialization of Jews, Muslims, Natives and Africans throughout modernity. Topics will include colonialism and imperialism, the role of music, film, philosophy and the internet in the construction of otherness, the Olympics of suffering, and the responses different groups have had against their racialization. This class will be of interest to students exploring religion, anthropology, philosophy, Latin American and Caribbean studies, European studies, Middle Eastern studies, history, and comparative literature.
Same as JWST 050 . Credit for this course or JWST 050 , not both. May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis. (Formerly JWST 101E (HP) Special Topics in Jewish Studies: Antisemitism, Islamophobia, Racisms)
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