Undergraduate African American Studies
2019 Spring Term
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INTRODUCTION TO BLACK CULTURE (DV)(GE)
African American Studies 100
This course is an introduction to the experiences, literature, art and music of Black people. Emphasis will be placed on major Black contributions to American culture. Special attention will be paid to Black studies as a discipline.
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY: A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE (DV)(GE)
African American Studies 270
This course provides lower level undergraduate students with systematic sociological understanding of the historical and current experiences of African American people.
A HISTORY OF BLACK MIGRATION IN THE U.S. (DV)(GE)
African American Studies 321
This course will examine and analyze the impact of Black migration from rural south to the northern urban centers since the turn of the century.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1800 TO THE PRESENT (DV)
African American Studies 345
A survey of essays, prose, fiction, drama, and poetry written by African-Americans from the Colonial period to the present.
BLACK POLITICAL AND SOCIAL THOUGHT (DV)
African American Studies 365
This course will utilize a Pan-African approach to provide an organized and systematic pattern of social and political ideologies/thought put forth by Black publicists and theorists concerning the organization of their society. As such, it will survey the principal personalities and major protest movements that have emerged in the Diaspora African Community, as well as pay special attention to selected African ideologies and personalities involved in shaping Black political and social thought.