Global Racial & Social Inequality Minors
In the race and ethnic studies minor, you’ll explore basic questions about race and ethnic categories while examining the diverse experiences of people in various cultures and historical eras. You’ll study the intersection of race relations with topics that range from literature and language to privilege and policy.
Learn about the complex and diverse cultures and histories of Indigenous communities locally, nationally and globally. This interdisciplinary program draws from a range of fields, from anthropology and geography to English and history, to provide varied perspectives on issues such as colonialism, diaspora, social movements, politics and policy.
The Africana and African American studies minor program (AFAM) is the critical program at UNH for coursework, research and engagement with peoples of African descent. You’ll focus on the complex, multidimensional relationships among communities of Africa and its Diaspora.
The Asian studies minor will provide you with an interdisciplinary introduction to the languages, geographies, histories, politics, literatures, cultures and religions of East and South Asia. You’ll also explore contemporary topics and the interaction between Asian countries and the rest of the world.
The Latin American, Latinx and Caribbean studies minor allows you to gain communication skills in Spanish while also developing a deeper understanding of the region and its cultures, including geography, history, linguistics, literature and politics.
Queer studies is an interdisciplinary minor that invites you to explore basic questions about gender, sexual identities and social justice while examining the diverse experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and allied people in various cultures and communities as well as across historical eras.