This course explores the complex, interconnected dynamics of and between race, (social) class, gender and human sexuality. As an interdisciplinary course, it explores how these concepts are understood holistically and how they are constructed and positioned within US society. This class emphasizes investigations, via critical thinking, about how these different systems of inequality interact with and through each other, while also being sensitive to different theoretical and methodological frameworks from several disciplines employed to analyze those systems. Prerequisites: Anchor I DISC 100. Co-Requisites: DISC 200|Discourse II: Culture and Diversity (Writing and Speech).