Course Description

Introductory and interdisciplinary course that provides a critical learning environment for students to engage with topics of social justice, intercultural dialogue, and political engagement, both in theory and as a series of training activities that will prepare students to become Intersectional Justice Facilitators.

Format will be a graduate type seminar, where students will discuss assigned readings and engage with the topics of the events hosted by UCSB's Multi-Cultural Center.


Learner Outcomes

  • Cultivate and sustain a space for alternative pedagogies that include and rely on an intimate, collaborative, and horizontal classroom setting catering to different learning styles and abilities;
  • Give access to and facilitate engagement with critical material as well as develop advanced decolonial reading and writing skills;
  • Have a safe and comfortable space to learn where they do not have to worry about facing microaggressions/covert racism or sexism from professors or peers;
  • Have rare and one-on-one engagements with scholars, activists, and political speakers and figures

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

Not offered this quarter. Classes are offered according to the schedule on the respective Certificate or Program Page. Please click on the Request Information below to be promptly notified when enrollment opens.