Diversity in Curricula

NYU's sixteen schools and colleges offer a plethora of courses that examine diversity through different academic and disciplinary lenses. What follows is a list providing a few examples of courses on offer for the spring 2012 semester that address aspects of diversity such as race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and national origin.

The Gallatin School for Individualized Study

  • The Early Modern Caribbean
  • Revolucion!
  • Popular Culture and Struggles for Black Civil Rights
  • Latinos and the Politics of Race
  • Yellow Peril

Faculty of Arts and Science/College of Arts and Science

  • African American History Since 1865
  • Minorities in the Media
  • Sex, Gender, and Language
  • Middle Eastern Cultures
  • Sexual Diversity in Society

NYU School of Law

  • Critical Race Theory Seminar
  • Mental Disability Law Seminar
  • Groups, Diversity and the Law Seminar
  • Asain American Jurisprudence Seminar
  • Employment Discrimination Law

The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development

  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Topics in Education: Identities, Coming Out, and Current Issues in Schools
  • Cross Cultural Counseling
  • Adoloescent Learners in Urban Contexts
  • Research on Urban and Minority Education
  • Race and Media

Tisch School of the Arts