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RESPROG 1C: Stanford Loves: The Theory and Practice of Conscious Relationship

Conscious relationship is an invitation to discover ourselves more fully and to connect with others more authentically. Learn to live from healthy love, fall in intentional love, express genuine love, unpack the love you have known, and ask for the love that you want. In addition to theory and practice, instructors and invited guests will share how love has been healing, challenging, and transformational in their lives. Come and embody your own conscious love, a love that includes and builds upon the wisdom of your past; is modernized by the realness of who you are now; and can shape and propel the person you hope to become.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

RESPROG 2C: Ujamaa House Seminar

This two-unit seminar will expose students to various topics about the African Diaspora. Upperclassmen Pre-Assingnees will work closely with Ethnic Theme Associates/Resident Fellow to add breadth and depth to their presentations. To receive credit you must attend 7 theme programs (not including your own) and fill out Pre-Assignee evaluations provided by Ethnic Theme Associates.n1 ...build a pre-assignee group that is very connected to the Ujamaa community;nn2 ...build a pre-assignee group that has the skills and resources to be resources for the community; andn3 ...create a space where pre-assignees and all residents can learn about and discuss topics that are meaningful to themnnAs such, our week-to-week format and content is varied and flexible. At the same time, attendance at all sessions is mandatory.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

RESPROG 3C: Casa Zapata Pre-Assignee Seminar (Spring)

This two-unit seminar is not a class in the usual sense of the word. It isn't lecture-based but will include skills building, practical workshops, and theme presentations promoting the breadth of diversity of our Zapata Community.nThe purpose of our weekly meetings is to:n1 ...build a pre-assignee group that is very connected to the Zapata community;n2 ...build a pre-assignee group that has the skills and resources to be resources for the community; andn3 ...create a space where pre-assignees and all residents can learn about and discuss topics that are meaningful to them.nnAs such, our week-to-week format and content is varied and flexible. At the same time, attendance at all sessions is mandatory.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
Instructors: Prieto, E. (PI)

RESPROG 7C: Uncovering Your Political Identity: The Political Skin You┬┐re In

We may not fully understand politics," yet we are always subject to it. What does it mean to become politicized? What conditions promote politicization? The course supports a personal inquiry into one's political identity, the "political skin you're in," its attributes, what has shaped it, its current compared to desired state. By describing attributes and recalling early influencers/influences on one's political consciousness, students will in turn discover more about political conscience and its implications for personal political speech and action.
Terms: Spr | Units: 0-1 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

RESPROG 9C: Violence Intervention and Prevention

The Violence Intervention and Prevention Program (VIP) is a collaboration between the Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA) and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The VIP Program is an opportunity offered to representatives from the Stanford fraternity and sorority community who are committed to addressing the issues of sexual and relationship violence on campus. Fraternity and sorority representatives will engage with one another within a small cohort of Violence Intervention and Prevention Chairs (VIP Chairs) and gain the skills and training necessary to facilitate a wide range of educational programs for their respective chapter and for the Greek community and Stanford community as a whole. The VIP Program was founded on the belief that students can come together in their community to educate themselves on topics related to sexual and relationship violence and provide peer to peer education and support to members of their respective communities. This program is a best practice and national model and is open to any student who is a member of a recognized fraternity or sorority on campus.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Credit/No Credit

RESPROG 12C: Living Single: Exploring Representations of Blackness on the Small Screen

The two-unit class will expose students to the 90's groundbreaking sitcom Living Single, created and produced by Alum, Yvette Lee Bowser. Students will explore issues of colorism, gender roles, relationships, 90's Black feminism, and more. Interactive exercises, surveys, and role play will be used to produce meaningful discussion. Classes will be led by faculty, along with the creator, actors, and producers of show.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)

RESPROG 40C: Emerson Fellowship: Transforming Dialogue Into Action

This course is part of the Emerson Fellowship. Through dialogue, readings, and journal reflections, students will explore the connections between social identity and social inequities, practice the critical thinking and leadership skills necessary to address them, and develop strategies to be agents of social change.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2 | Grading: Credit/No Credit

RESPROG 101C: Instructors of ITALIC 99 (Spring)

Instructors of ITALIC 99 (limited to ITALIC alumni).
Terms: Spr | Units: 1 | Grading: Credit/No Credit
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