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INTDS 240 Overview

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • INTDS

Sections

Social Movements - 2021 Spring INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

2/22/2021 - 4/4/2021

Online

Bus evening/online stdnts only

Social Movements - 2021 Spring INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

2/22/2021 - 4/4/2021

Online

RN to BSN students only

Social Movements - 2021 Spring INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

2/22/2021 - 4/4/2021

Online

BSRT students only

Social Movements - 2021 Spring INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

2/22/2021 - 4/4/2021

Online

Trad undergrad section

Social Movements - 2021 Summer INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

To Be Announced

Trad undergrad section

Social Movements - 2021 Summer INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

To Be Announced

Bus evening/online stdnts only

Social Movements - 2021 Summer INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

To Be Announced

RN to BSN students only

Social Movements - 2021 Summer INTDS 240

Through lenses of power, resistance, and identity, this course will draw from history and sociology to examine a range of social movements including: the feminist and women's movement, Black power and civil rights, and Black lives matter movements, the Chicano Movement/Latinx, Native American (including Wisconsin tribes), and Asian movements. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand, analyze, and compare the origins, strategies, tactics and outcomes of various social movements including their roots/history and politics that placed them outside of the "mainstream" American culture.

Course Code: INTDS 240

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

To Be Announced

BSRT students only