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Hip Hop and Social Change

Black Panthers, Brown Berets: Radical Social Movements of the Late-20th Century

Dyin’ Dixie?: Literature and Culture of the Southern U.S.

Race, Gender & Horror: Reading Psychoanalysis in American Film & Fiction

Girl Power Through the Ages: An Introduction to Feminist Theory and Practice

Global Health: Inequality, Culture, and Human Well Being Around the World

Language, Power, and Social Justice

Protecting and Serving What?: U.S. Policing and Racism Through an Anthropological Lens

Black Lives Matter Less: How Structural Racism Affects the Health of Black Lives and Communities

Best Frenemies?: Cultural Narratives of Female Friendship in Literature and Film

Literature, Culture, and American Identities

Monstrosities: The Meaning of Monsters in the Modern World

A People's History of War in America


Power and the Production of History

Fiction for Social Change: Building a Shared Analysis of Justice and Community

From Mayberry to "Netflix and Chill": Topics in Television Studies, Race, Gender, and Class

The *@#%* Media: Pulling Back the Curtain on Fake News

Contemporary Moral Issues

Issues in Moral Philosophy: Trust in the Face of Lies, Deception, and Conspiracy

Brothers in Arms: War, States, and Human Rights

Creating Change Through Public Policy

Ethics and International Affairs

Human Rights

Law, Ethics, and Democracy

Making Sense of the World

Order, Corruption and Populism: Political Theory of Democracy

The American Presidency

The End of Politics as We Know It? Theories of Control & Resistance in the Digital Age

The U.S. In World Politics

U.S. History and Politics Since 1945: Personalities, Power, and Politics

Your Body Your Rules: An Interdisciplinary Unpacking of Reproductive Justice

Conducting Research at the Forefront of Science: Mental Health, Policy, and Social Implications of Cannabis Use in the U.S.

Mental Health in College: Risk, Resilience, and Resources

Finance for the Poor: Microcredit, Poverty, and Development

Thinking Globally: Colonialism and the Making of the Modern World

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