CH ST 135 Syllabus

CH ST 135 Syllabus - UNIVERSITYOF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA...

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UNIVERSITYOF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA WINTER 2011 DEPARTMENT OF CHICANA AND CHICANO STUDIES CHICANA/O STUDIES 135/135H/280 CRITICAL RACE THEORY IN CHICANA/O EDUCATION Tara J. Yosso, Ph.D. Classroom: 2516 Phelps Hall Email: [email protected] 1708 South Hall (805) 893-3658 Teaching Assistant: Ricardo Ortega, Ph.D. Candidate Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies Email: [email protected] Course Description This course examines critical race theory (CRT) and Latina/o critical race (LatCrit) theory as analytical frameworks in Chicana/o education. Together, we will investigate how a CRT/LatCrit framework might address and challenge the impacts of race, class, gender, language, immigrant status, accent, and sexual orientation on Chicana/o educational attainment and achievement. Course Objectives 1. To develop an analysis of Chicana and Chicano K-through-college education in the U.S. from critical race theoretical perspectives. 2. To explore some of the innovative critical race epistemological, methodological, and pedagogical approaches that seek to understand the educational experiences of Chicanas and Chicanos. 3. To seek concrete examples of how critical race theory is being applied through quantitative and qualitative studies in education. Required Course Texts
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