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Undergraduate Catalog 2011-12 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AFS 2800 - Topics and Themes in Africana Studies


This course builds upon the African diaspora experiences through selected topics and themes that address complex social and historical issues such as gender, politics, economics, slavery, civil/human rights, affirmative action, sexual identity/orientation, lynching, genocide, gentrification, cultural mutilation, and modes of cultural production. The course will interrogate theories of ethnicity, diversity, multiculturalism, colonialism/post-colonialism, modernism/post-modernism, structuralism/post-structuralism in tandem with the proposed topic(s) and theme(s) being examined.

Credits: 3 hours

Notes: This course satisies General Education Area II: humanities. This course is repeatable under a different topic.



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