Current Classes

Fall 2020

Elective Courses:

For a list of Fall 2020 elective courses and descriptions offered by the HLLC, click here.

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 PM – 5:20 PM
Prerequisite: English 102
Kurt Schock

URBAN POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Thursday 6:00 PM -9:00 PM
Prerequisite: English 102
Domingo Morel

BRAVEN ACCELERATOR: DEVELOPING NETWORKS FOR A GLOBAL JOB MARKET (SE option)
Section 1: Monday 6:00 pm -8:20 pm
Alina Yang
Section 2: Tuesday 6:00 pm -8:20 pm
Alina Yang
Section 3: Friday 11:30 am -1:30 pm
Alina Yang

ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRACTICUM (SE option)
Monday & Wednesday 10:00 AM -11:20 AM
Section 1
Ted Baker

MARKETING AND SOCIETY
Monday & Thursday 1:00 PM – 2:20 PM
Section 2
Yla Eason

THE LENAPE WAY (Price-Humanities option)
Tuesday 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
Jack Tchen

ISLAM IN THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (Price-Humanities option)
Monday & Thursday 4:00 PM – 5:20 PM
Section 1
Wendell Marsh

THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT (Price-Humanities option)
Tuesday 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Ruth Feldstein

SPECIAL TOPICS IN MODERN AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE: BLACK WOMEN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHIES (Price-Humanities option)
Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 AM – 11:20 AM
Melanie Hill

THE POETICS AND POLITICS OF THE MUSEUM (Price-Humanities option)
Monday 2:30 PM – 3:50 PM
Wednesday 1:00 PM -2:20 PM
Lauren O’Brien

HLLC Core Courses:

Local Citizenship in a Global World

Timothy Eatman, Dean – HLLC
Mark Krasovic – Associate Professor of History

Negotiating Space, Place, and Identities

Marta Esquilin, Associate Dean of HLLC
Engelbert Santana, Assistant Dean of Advisement – HLLC
Tsihai Hanson, Director of Special Projects (HLCC) & National Director of BOLD Fellowship
Gary Santos Mendoza, Director of the Intercultural Resource Center

 

Spring 2020

Voice, Citizenship, and Community Engagement:

Required (Cohort 19 Only: First-Year & Transfers)

HLLC Cohort Meetings:

Same time as the Fall 2019 semester.

Special Topics I: Our Planet Crisis Change, Justice, Urgency

John Kuo Wei Tchen, Director of the Clement Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture & the Modern Experience, Department of American Studies

Special Topics II: Braven Accelerator: Developing Networks for a Global Job Market

Department of the Honors Living Learning Community

Special Topics III: Health Disparities: Implications for Urban Communities (STEAM Option)

Dr. Jennifer Bucalo, Director of Student Engagement and Leadership Development for the HLLC

Special Topics IV: Entrepreneurship Practicum

Ted Baker, Department of Entrepreneurship

Core Topics in Video Production

Portraits of Climate Inequalities (STEAM Option)

Professor William Garcia, Department of Arts, Media, and Culture

*Satisfies Arts & Media Requirement

Intergroup Dialogue

American Studies

Marta Esquilin, Associate Dean of HLLC, Department of American Studies

*Satisfies a Writing Intensive Requirement

Everyday Data

Computer Science

Lucille Booker, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Topics in American Film- Community FilmMaking

Video Production

Yvonne Shirley,Department of Arts, Media, and Culture

 

Fall 2019

Race and Ethnicity in Multicultural Societies (21:920:316)

Monday 2:30 PM – 3:50 PM | Wednesday 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Index: 19658
Prerequisite: English 102

Melissa Valle, Department of Sociology, Department of African American and African Sudies

*Satisfies Social Science Core Curriculum Requirement

Women’s Literature of The African Diaspora (21:014:370)

Monday 2:30 PM – 3:50 PM | Wednesday 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Index: 19658
Prerequisite: English 102

Belinda Edmondson, Professor of African American and African Studies

*Cross-Listed with English Department. Can be used for English or African American & African Studies Majors

 Braven Accelerator: Developing Networks For a Global Job Market (21:526:296)

Section 1: Tuesday 6:00 pm -9:00 pm Index: 14541 | Section 2: Wednesday 6:00 pm -9:00 pm Index: 14629

Department of the Honors Living- Learning Community

 Urban Politics and Public Policy (21:790:360)

Thursday 6:00 PM -9:00 PM
Index: 19838
Prerequisite: English 102

 Domingo Morel, Department of Political Science

* Can be used for Political Science Major

 Entrepreneurship Practicum (29:382:496)

Wednesday 10:00 AM -11:20 AM

Index: 21247

Ted Baker, Department of Entrepeneurship

  Marketing and Society (29:630:428)

Monday 2:30 PM – 3:50 PM | Wednesday 1:00 PM – 2:20 PM
Index: 20333

Yla Eason, Department of Marketing

 

Spring 2019

Braven (21:526:296)

Braven Instructors
(Spots still available: Apply today!)

Everyday Data (STEAM) (21:526:396)

Professor: TBA

Intergroup Dialogue (21:050:488)

Marta Esquilin, Associate Dean of HLLC

Islamophobia and the Law (43:600:112)

Sahar Aziz, Professor of Law

 

Newark and Urban America (21:526:405)

Steven Diner, University Professor

Showtime: The Business of Arts & Culture (21:083:301:05)

Sherri-Ann Butterfield, Executive Vice Chancellor, RU-N
John Schreiber, President & CEO of NJPAC

Urban Politics & Social Justice (21:526:395)

Jyl Josephson, Professor of Political Science

Voice, Citizenship, and Community Engagement (21:526:302)

Staff – HLLC

Fall 2018

Black Music & American Cultural History

Wayne Winborne, Director of Institute of Jazz Studies

Braven

Braven Instructors

Environmental Justice in the Ironbound

Julie Winokur, Instructor Professor of Arts, Media, & Culture

Hair: Culture, Politics, & Technology

Patricia Richard-O’Brien, Founder of Move It Nation Inc.

Local Citizenship in a Global World

Timothy Eatman, Dean – HLLC
Mark Krasovic – Associate Director of Price Institute & Associate Professor of History

Negotiating Space, Place, and Identities

Marta Esquilin, Associate Dean of HLLC
Tsihai Hanson, Director of Special Projects
Bil Leipold, Associate Vice Chancellor
Engelbert Santana, Assistant Dean of HLLC

Urban Innovation Solving Socioeconomic Disparities

Arturo Osorio-Fernandez, RBS-Management & Global Business
Guest Presenters: Rutgers School of Law, FASN-Social Work, & Policy Developers