St. John's College of Liberal Arts and SciencesQueens Campus
The Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Minor requires that students complete 15 credits.
CRES 1000: Introduction to Critical Race and Ethnic StudiesCRES 2000: Methodologies in Critical Race and Ethnic StudiesCRES 4995: Capstone Seminar in Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
CRES 3000: Anti-Blackness around the GlobeCRES 3050: Comparative Racializations: Blackness, Indigeneity, Asianness, and LatinidadCRES 3510: BIPOC Feminist Science & Technology StudiesCRES 3410: Racial Capitalism and Political EconomyCRES 4999: Internship/Externship
ENG 3845: Black Women’s RhetoricsENG 3640: Vernacular LiteratureENG 3650: Caribbean LiteratureENG 3560: American Ethnic LiteraturesENG 3760: Writing as Social ActionENG 3420: Race and EnvironmentENG 3645: Comparative Migration Literature
HIS 3375: Asian American HistoryHIS 3711: African American History to 1900HIS 3712: African American History Since 1900
ART 1830: Racism in Film
MUS 1300: History of JazzMUS 1210: American Popular Music in the 20th/21st Century
PHI 3750 The Philosophy of Race
PSY 2230: Psychology of the African American Experience
RCT 2100 Transnational Feminist Rhetoric
SOC 2450: Sociology of the Black ExperienceSOC 2230: The Sociology of Latino/as in the U.S.SOC 2350: Social Construction of Race in the Americas
THE 3245: Liberation TheologiesTHE 3255: Race and Religion in the U.S.
Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Founding DirectorDr. Natalie P. Byfield
Founding Director and Professor of Sociology