EDUC 045. Literacies and Social Identities
This course explores the intersections of literacy practices and identities of gender, race, class, religion, ethnicity, and sexual orientation within communities of practice. It includes but is not limited to school settings. Students will work with diverse theory and analytical tools that draw on educational, anthropological, historical, sociological, linguistic, fictional, visual, popular readings and "scenes of literacy" from everyday practice. Fieldwork may be required and includes a Learning for Life partnership, tutoring, or community service in a literacy program.
Eligible for GSST, LALS.
Fall 2022. Anderson.
Catalog chapter: Educational Studies
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/educational-studies
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