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Minors Clusterssort descending Courses
Anthropology American Identities ANTH 313U: Indian/White Relations, ANTH 314U: Native Americans, ANTH 315U: American Culture, ANTH 318U: Asian American Experience, ANTH 355U: Historical Archaeology and Origins of the Modern Pacific Northwest, ANTH 365U: Archeology of North America, ANTH 366U: Mesoamerican Prehistory
Asian Studies (certificate) American Identities ANTH 318U: Asian American Experience, ENG 369U: Asian-American Literature
Black Studies American Identities BST 302U: African American Experience in the 20th Century, BST 325U: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America, BST 326U: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, BST 335U: The Multiracial Experience, BST 342U: Black Feminism/Womanism, BST 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with ENG 351U), BST 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with ENG 352U), BST 353U: African Women in Film, BST 412U: Oregon African-American History Racism, BST 414U: Racism, BST 424U: African-American/African Culture in Cinema, BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers, BST 484U: African American Community Development, ENG 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with BST 351U), ENG 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with BST 352U), ENG 353U: African American Literature III, HST 348U: Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1850-1877
Chicano/Latino Studies American Identities CHLA 301U: Chicano/Latino Communities, CHLA 302U: Survey of Chicano/Latino Literature, CHLA 303U: Chicana/Latina Experience, CHLA 326U: Mexican American/Chicano History II, 1900-Present (Crosslisted with HST 326U), CHLA 380U: Latinos, the Economy and Politics, HST 326U: Mexican American/Chicano History II, 1900-Present (Crosslisted with CHLA 326U)
Chicano/Latino Studies (certificate) American Identities CHLA 301U: Chicano/Latino Communities, CHLA 302U: Survey of Chicano/Latino Literature, CHLA 303U: Chicana/Latina Experience, CHLA 380U: Latinos, the Economy and Politics
Community Development American Identities USP 300U: Intro to Urban Studies, USP 311U: Intro to Urban Planning, USP 385U: History of American Cities (Crosslisted with HST 337U)
English American Identities ENG 309U: American Indian Literature, ENG 313U: The American Short Story, ENG 331U: Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition Studies, ENG 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with BST 351U), ENG 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with BST 352U), ENG 353U: African American Literature III, ENG 360U: American Literature to 1865, ENG 363U: American Literature 1865-1965, ENG 365U: American Fiction II, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, ENG 369U: Asian-American Literature
Film Studies American Identities BST 424U: African-American/African Culture in Cinema, BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, FILM 384U: Topics in American Cinema + Culture
Geography American Identities GEOG 351U: Pacific Northwest, GEOG 366U: Historical Geography of North America, GEOG 368U: U.S. and Canada
Global Studies Undergraduate (certificate) American Identities BST 325U: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America, CHLA 326U: Mexican American/Chicano History II, 1900-Present (Crosslisted with HST 326U), HST 326U: Mexican American/Chicano History II, 1900-Present (Crosslisted with CHLA 326U)
History American Identities HST 327U: U.S. History 1890-1932, HST 328U: U.S. History 1932-1960, HST 329U: U.S. History 1960-Present, HST 330U: Native Americans of Eastern North America, HST 331U: Native Americans of Western North America, HST 332U: History of the North American Fur Trade, HST 335U: Race and Ethnicity, HST 336U: Lewis and Clark and the American West, HST 337U: History of American Cities (Crosslisted with USP 385U), HST 338U: Oregon History, HST 340U: Women and Gender in America to 1865 (Crosslisted with WS 340U), HST 341U: Women and Gender in America, 1865-1920 (Crosslisted with WS 341U), HST 342U: Women and Gender in America, 1920-Present (Crosslisted with WS 342U), HST 343U: American Family History (Crosslisted with WS 343U), HST 344U: Jews and Judaism in US Post WWII, HST 345U: Colonial America, HST 346U: The American Revolution, HST 347U: Antebellum America, 1800-1850, HST 348U: Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1850-1877, HST 349U: U.S. Indian Policy
Indigenous Nations Studies American Identities ANTH 314U: Native Americans, ENG 309U: American Indian Literature, HST 330U: Native Americans of Eastern North America, HST 331U: Native Americans of Western North America
Latin American Studies (certificate) American Identities BST 325U: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America, BST 326U: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico
Music History American Identities MUS 355U: Jazz History, MUS 356U: Jazz and American Music, MUS 361U: History of Rock Music I, MUS 362U: History of Rock Music II, MUS 376U: American Musical Traditions
Philosophy American Identities PHL 331U: Philosophy of Education, PHL 360U: American Philosophy
Political Science American Identities PS 313U: The Power Game, PS 317U: Film and Politics, PS 380U: Women and Politics (Crosslisted with WS 380U)
Psychology American Identities PSY 310U: Psychology of Women (Crosslisted with WS 310), PSY 431U: Psychology of Men and Masculinities
Real Estate Development American Identities USP 300U: Intro to Urban Studies, USP 311U: Intro to Urban Planning, USP 385U: History of American Cities (Crosslisted with HST 337U)
Secondary Education American Identities ANTH 315U: American Culture, BST 302U: African American Experience in the 20th Century, CHLA 301U: Chicano/Latino Communities, PHL 331U: Philosophy of Education, SOC 337U: Minorities
Sexualities, Gender & Queer Studies American Identities BST 342U: Black Feminism/Womanism, PSY 431U: Psychology of Men and Masculinities, WS 332U: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in the U.S.

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