College: College of Liberal Arts
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): ESC
Understand the U.S. as the outcome of historical processes by studying multiple factors such as migration, implications of U.S. laws and policies, and identity formations around gender, sexuality, and race.
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- Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature Student Association
- Roosevelt Institute at the University of Minnesota
- Turning Point USA at the University of Minnesota
Learning Abroad in this Major
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