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Despite their interest in the themes of the course, they tend to see ethnic and gender studies as a field without method, without evidence, and purely based in the hurt feelings and uninformed opinions of people of color, women, queer, and trans folk.
Such assumptions are offensive on many levels, and they inform students’ initial perceptions and expectations of the course that I must overcome.