All Lang students can take designated courses in Race and Ethnicity to supplement their major course of study. Undergraduate students from across the university can elect to minor in Race and Ethnicity. Those wishing to pursue deeper study of this subject
area can do so through a self-designed program (BA or BS, Liberal Arts).
Rigorously examine the role of race and ethnicity in academic, artistic, and political discourse in the United States and around the world. The interdisciplinary minor in Race and Ethnicity draws on humanities and social sciences courses offered across
the university that explore how the categories of race and ethnicity are constructed, maintained, and challenged.
You’ll be immersed in not only the theoretical foundations of critical race and ethnicity studies, but also its applied dimensions, examining how the issues of race and ethnicity play out in daily life. You’ll develop the skills and knowledge to engage
in conscientious and effective social change, learning to
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts cannot minor in Race and Ethnicity; however, they can pursue deeper study in this subject area as part of their self-designed major.
While it offers the atmosphere and intimacy of a small college, Eugene Lang College is part of The New School, a major progressive university in New York City. The Race and Ethnicity program promotes dialogue with other disciplines throughout the university.
Lang’s New York City location enables you to explore race and ethnicity within the context of a global city that becomes your learning laboratory. Students in the I Have a Dream course, for example, learn the history, theory, and practice of theater education
and also participate in a Harlem after-school program, engaging with middle school students in theater improvisations and collaborating with them to produce short films.
Education at Eugene Lang College is designed to develop well-rounded and engaged citizens who are thoughtful, articulate, and creative. The study of race and ethnicity can prepare you for work in advocacy, social and public service, international and
nongovernmental organizations, marketing and market research, community development, and government, as well as graduate study.
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Admission ContactOffice of AdmissionEugene Lang College of Liberal Arts
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New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212.229.5150 or 800.292.3040
Program ContactRich BlintDirector of Race and EthnicityAssistant Professor of Literatureblintr@newschool.edu