In Kimberly McKee'€™s course Racialized Masculinities in the United States, students explore the intersections of race, class, and gender to understand the experiences of men of color living in the United States. They investigate the ways in which Latino, Black, and Asian American men are stereotyped in popular culture and their resistance to such images and racialized rhetoric from the nineteenth century to present day. Students also critically engage hegemonic, complicit, and subordinate masculinities found in communities of color. 

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