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Race and Gender in the American Economy

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Title

Race and Gender in the American Economy

Subject

A course description of the electives

Description

“Race and Gender in the American Economy” is a course description published by the office of the registrar at Ursinus College in the 2002-2003 Ursinus College Course Catalogue. This is the first year that the course is offered under the instruction of Dr. Michelle McLennan. Topics include affirmative action, wage differentials and occupational segregation as they apply to racial minorities and women. This course goes on to become the only class from the Business and Economic department to qualify as an elective for the African American and Africana Studies minor. In the 2006-2007 academic year, Dr. Vanglider takes over instruction of the course which continues to be offered until the 2011-2013 course catalogue.

Creator

the office of the registrar at Ursinus College

Source

The 2002-2003 Ursinus College Course Catalogue

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

2003

Contributor

Dr. Michelle McLennan

Language

English

Identifier

An Ursinus College Course description for one of the electives under the AAAS program.

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Original Format

Digital scan of a book.

Files

Race and Gender in the American Economy First offered in 2002-2003 Course Catalogue.JPG

Citation

the office of the registrar at Ursinus College, “Race and Gender in the American Economy,” Omeka - Digital History at Ursinus, accessed December 8, 2022, https://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1492.

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