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Addressing Inequality Through Urban Debate

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Spring 2016
Philosophy 198 / 98
1 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

This course exposes its students to urban education and youth development and trains them to be effective mentors to urban youth. Using paradigms of education and debate combined with hands-on community involvement, the course will encourage and support its students in developing pedagogies that enable the transformation of urban public school students into serious debaters and advocates.

Attendance, discussion readings, and a 2-3 final reflection paper are mandatory. Course credit will be earned through an accumulation of points through attending tournaments and workshops as well as completing research and logistical projects for BAUDL debate programs.

Prior debate experience is not required, but an open and thoughtful mind is!

How to Enroll:

Enrollment is on a first come, first served basis.

Course Contact: mwang AT


Faculty Sponsor: Timothy Crockett

Time & Location:

Mathew Wang
25224 WheelerTh 7p-8:30p2/04started67658 (lower)
67667 (upper)

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