UNLV offers a variety of Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies that enable students to take courses in several departments and colleges throughout campus. Students create a degree plan that combines their coursework in unique and innovative ways beyond the existing Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees.


Submissions from 2020

Risking Our Lives to be Consoles, Erika Abad

US Weirdos Have to Stick Together: The Owl House's Luz Is the Last Queer Tween Latina on TV, Erika G. Abad

Asian American Pacific Islander Community Commission: 2020 Report for Clark County, Constancio Arnaldo and Mark Padoongpatt

Seeking Joy and Pleasure in Moments of Upheaval, Constancio R. Arnaldo

Fast Food at the White House: Framing Foodways, Class, and American Identity, Sheila Bock

#LatinxGradCaps, Cultural Ciizenship, and the American Dream, Sheila Bock

Masks On, Sheila Bock

The Adult Industry Can Survive Without Government Help. Here’s Why., Lynn Comella

Trans Pornography: Mapping an Emerging Field, Lynn Comella and Sophie Pezzutto

“I can spin some bullshit if you want”: Narrating (and Bridging?) the Civil-Military Divide in Phil Klay's Redeployment, Tim Gauthier

Aint Never Not Been Black, Javon Johnson

A Meditation on Natural Light and the Use of Fire in United States Slavery, Tyler Parry

A Moment that Shines Light on the Tools to Combat Racism, Tyler Parry

A White Man Took Her': Trauma, Loss, and Grief Among the Enslaved, Tyler Parry

Broomstick Weddings and the History of the Atlantic World, Tyler Parry

Designing A Textbook-Free Course on African American History, Tyler Parry

Pete Buttigieg's Race Problem, Tyler Parry

Police Still Use Attack Dogs Against Black Americans, Tyler Parry

What PTSD tells us about the history of slavery, Tyler Parry

The Radical Experiment of South Carolina: The History and Legacy of a Reconstructed University, Tyler D. Parry

They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South by Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers (review), Tyler D. Parry

Slave Hounds and Abolition in the Americas, Tyler D. Parry and Charlton W. Yingling

Introducing ‘Slave Hounds and Abolition in the Americas’, Tyler Parry and Chaz Yingling

Trans Pornography: Mapping an Emerging Field, Sophie Pezzutto and Lynn Comella

The Microgenre: A Quick Look at Small Culture, Anne H. Stevens and Molly C. O'Donnell

The Politics of Representation: A Photographer's View of the Adult Industry, Rae Threat and Lynn Comella

Submissions from 2012

contributed 20 entries, Anne H. Stevens

Submissions from 2011

Exotic Identities: Dance, Difference, and Self-fashioning, Sheila Bock and Katherine Borland

Too Hot to Handle: Food, Empire, and Race in Thai Los Angeles, Tanachai Padoongpatt