EDHI 297B: Intergroup Dialogue (94759)
1 credit course in fall semester
Course meets for 8 weeks, September 3 – October 22
Wednesdays 3-5pm in Nicholson House, Room 105
Intergroup Dialogue is a one-credit course explores the intersection of identities including race, ethnicity, gender, religion, social class, and sexual orientation. The class will also explore issues such as racism, sexism, and classism through films, readings, facilitated dialogue, in-class exercises, and written reflections.
The course will allow students to learn about various social identities as well as build knowledge to engage in dialogue with others regarding identity. Course topics and readings will also cover the nature of dialogue, the intergroup dialogue model, basic facilitation skills, oppression and privilege, and taking action toward developing a socially just community.
For questions, please contact Deanna Garrett at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802)656-4360