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Spring 2017 WE Dialogue Schedule
Dates, times, and offerings are subject to change.

Course # Dialogue (click for longer description) Day and Time Meeting Place Facilitators (click names to email)
EDHI338 EDHI 338A (0101): Race/Ethnicity (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Tuesdays
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Marie Mount 2417 Kevin Webb
EDHI338 EDHI 338A (0201): Race/Ethnicity (Spring 2017, 2nd 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Wednesdays
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Marie Mount 2411B Jazmin Pichardo & Benjamin Parks & Erik Hanson
EDHI338 EDHI 338C (0101): Gender (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Wednesdays
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Marie Mount 2411B Ron Padron & Michelle Strange
EDHI338 EDHI 338G (0101): Religious Bias (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Tuesdays
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Marie Mount 2411B Jeremy Gombin-Sperling & Jazmin Pichardo
EDHI338 EDHI 338K (0201): Socioeconomic Status (Spring 2017, 2nd 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Mondays
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Marie Mount 2411B Timea Webster & Tiffany Harris & Alison Mojto
EDHI338 EDHI 338R (0101): Immigration (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Tuesdays
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Marie Mount 2411C Timea Webster & Alison Mojto & Judith Martinez
EDHI338 EDHI338W (0201): Size/Appearance (Spring 2017; 2nd 7 weeks) (WE)
7 week / 1 credit
Mondays
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Marie Mount 2411C Erin McClure & Michelle Strange & Erica Smith



Description of Dialogues

EDHI 338A (0101): Race/Ethnicity (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks)
This intergroup dialogue examines issues that exist across racial and ethnic differences and explores how marginalization, privilege, and prejudice related to race, ethnicity, skin color, etc. impacts interpersonal, structural, and systemic aspects of society. People of all racial, biracial, and multiracial identities are welcome.

EDHI 338A (0201): Race/Ethnicity (Spring 2017, 2nd 7 weeks)
This intergroup dialogue examines issues that exist across racial and ethnic differences and explores how marginalization, privilege, and prejudice related to race, ethnicity, skin color, etc. impacts interpersonal, structural, and systemic aspects of society. People of all racial, biracial, and multiracial identities are welcome.

EDHI 338C (0101): Gender (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks)
This intergroup dialogue examines issues that exist across gender differences. This dialogue seeks to explore how marginalization, privilege, and prejudice related to gender identities (including sexism, heterosexism, homophobia, transphobia, etc.) impact interpersonal, structural, and systemic aspects of society. People of all gender identities are welcome.

EDHI 338G (0101): Religious Bias (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks)
This intergroup dialogue examines issues that exist across religious differences and explores how marginalization, privilege, and prejudice relate to religious diversity and impact interpersonal, structural, and systemic aspects of society. People of all religious and secular identities are welcome.

EDHI 338K (0201): Socioeconomic Status (Spring 2017, 2nd 7 weeks)
This dialogue explores the various dimensions of sociooeconomic class. These include: income, wealth attainment and generational transfer, cultural cues and capital, etc.

EDHI 338R (0101): Immigration (Spring 2017, 1st 7 weeks)
This dialogue explores the complexities of culture across nationality and citizenship. By examining the marginalization, privilege, and prejudice (such as xenophobia) connected to nationality, immigration status, and citizenship impact interpersonal, structural, and systemic aspects of society. Though people may share a particular race or socioeconomic status, national and international norms may complicate these definitions. People of all nationalities and immigration statuses are welcome.

EDHI338W (0201): Size/Appearance (Spring 2017; 2nd 7 weeks)
This dialogue explores the complexities related to size, appearance, weight, and body image. As such, this dialogue cuts across various identities (race, sex/gender, sexuality, religion, etc.) as it explores "size and appearance" as an identity.

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