Sociology | Race and Ethnic Relations
S335 | 26874 | Stewart

For years we have understood that race is, biologically speaking, an
exceedingly complex matter and that preconceived biases much more than
biology govern the way people think about race. In this course, we
will discuss both the biological myth and social reality of race.  In
particular, we will focus on the social significance of race by
examining the reality  of racial stratification, the reality of the
experience of race, and the rationality of those who study racial
dynamics and processes.