Description: Seminar, three hours. Preparation: one ethnic studies course. Analysis of race and indigeneity within comparative ethnic studies framework. Examination of how Asian, Pacific Islander, black, indigenous, and Latinx identifiers are formed in relation to one another in US and its territories. Interrogation of how communities are pitted against each other by structural antagonisms--such as war, imperialism, racial capitalism, settler colonialism, white supremacy, and heteropatriarchy--and theorizing of strategies for building solidarities across difference. Intersectional and interdisciplinary analysis of race and indigeneity in relation to gender, sexuality, and class, with texts from ethnic studies, gender studies, anthropology, sociology, history, cultural studies, and literature. P/NP or letter grading.