Teaching Race, Ethnicity, and Politics

a teaching & learning symposium collection

APSA's Teaching & Learning program brought twelve political science educators together in April 2022 to workshop the Race, Ethnicity, and Politics undergraduate course. Co-led by Natalie Masuoka (University of California, Los Angeles) and Christopher Stout (Oregon State University), these scholar-educators presented teaching resources, discussed the state-of-the field, and collaborated in small groups. Their original materials are showcased next to related APSA resources. APSA's Teaching & Learning program thanks all our symposium participants for their contributions.

Please browse, use, and, if inspired, contribute your own materials.

In this symposium

Identity, Discrimination, & Inequality

resource set one

Asian American, Pacific Islanders Inclusive Teaching

resource set two

Centering Black Women in Political Science

resource set three

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