Culture and Diversity concentration

This concentration investigates the aspects of human life central to its definition, origins, and development of meaning, as well as how diversity within and resulting from these aspects impacts everday society.

To complete the concentration, students must take three courses from the following:

SOCI 0003: Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (First-year seminar)
SOCI 1060: Race and Ethnic Relations
SOCI 1090: Urban Sociology
SOCI 1140: Asian Americans in Contemporary Society
SOCI 1070: Media and Popular Culture
SOCI 2200: Religion
SOCI 2210: Race and the Media
SOCI 2610: Latinos in the United States 
SOCI 2640: Media, Culture and Society in Contemporary China
SOCI 2680: Contemporary Immigration in the United States
SOCI 2901: Comparative Racial Politics
SOCI 2903: Exhibiting Black Bodies
SOCI 2905: Everyday Life in Africa
SOCI 2932: Latinx Cultural History
SOCI 2973: Culture on Trial: Race, Media & Intellectual Property
SOCI 2974: Adivasis/Indigenous Peoples & British Colonialism in India
SOCI 2976: American Race: A Philadelphia Story