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CLT&THY 200A Identity and Difference (4)
Introduction to scholarship on social movements, institutions, and theories relating to the rise of identities based on race, gender, ethnicity, class and sexuality.
CLT&THY 200B Power and Resistance (4)
Focusing on questions of power and resistance, this course examines theorists, mostly from the middle twentieth century to the twenty-first century, whose work has led to the study of revolutions and resistance movements and their centrality in cultural theory.
CLT&THY 200C Movement and Displacement (4)
Focusing on epistemologies of contemporary cultural theory, this course probes the genealogies of ideas of movement and settlement. Examines ways in which epistemologies of movement and displacement produce texts and contexts of knowledge formation.
CLT&THY 210 Colloquium series (1) (Staff)
Year-long course with 1 unit credit each quarter. Students are required to attend a series of talks sponsored by Critical Theory Institute, and Asian American, African American, CSLP, and Women's Studies or other events at UCI that are listed for the course. May be repeated for credit.
CLT&THY 280 Independent Study (4) F,W,S.
Limited to students who have not yet received the M.A. May be repeated for credit
CLT&THY 289 Topics in Culture and Theory (4) F,W,S.
Seminars on various topics in Culture and Theory. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.
CLT&THY 290 Research and Prospectus seminar (1) (Director of C&T/or staff)
Bi-Weekly seminar required for 3rd and/or 4th year students. Students will make presentations of dissertation prospectus for discussion. Prospectus to be written up and disseminated to participants before discussion meeting. All graduate students are welcome to attend and participate both junior and senior. Meant especially for students preparing for formal presentation of prospectus.
CLT&THY 299 Dissertation Research (4-12) F,W,S. May be repeated for credit