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I took this class all 3 quarters of my recent freshman year. This was the first time Anu was teaching this class with a whole new curriculum, so like mentioned before it was a bit disorganized and a little hard to follow but our grades were taken into account accordingly. Throughout the year the class became easier to follow and everything started becoming more coherent and the structure got better. I really enjoyed having Anu as a teacher, she’s very caring and engaged in the topic and I’m thankful i got to take this class with her.
I really enjoyed Art 31C. The lectures were engaging and interactive. We had guest lecturers that were cool too. The class consisted of a midterm, a paper and the final which was a creative project/presentation. It's not a difficult class and the content is really interesting! I definitely recommend it for anyone who is looking to take a diversity class or take this class as a GE.
If you enjoy casual endorsements of neo-Marxism and shallow, logically fallacious analyses that somehow always arrive at the conclusion that the world’s ills can be blamed on “white people”, “capitalism”, “the west”, or “the patriarchy” – then this is the class for you.
If you value your time and care about your education – stay away.
An “easy A” is not worth subjecting yourself to this intellectually dishonest drivel.