African American Studies Undergrad Courses

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African American Studies

  • AAS 190: Freshman Seminar, African American Studies
    • Course Description: Variable Topics
    • Topics Include: Transnational Black Experience on Film, News Coverage of Ethnic Minorities
    • Frequently Taught By: Leroy Davis Jr, Nathan McCall

 

  • AAS 247: Racial and Ethnic Relations
    • Course Description: Relations between and within groups, and conflict and cooperation in light of a number of models of social interaction. Application of principles to racial, religious, and ethnic minorities.
    • Frequently Taught By: Marisela Martinez-Cola, Amanda Lewis

 

  • AAS 285: Special Topics in African American Studies
    • Course Description: Wide range of topics pertinent to the African American experience.
    • Topics Include: Affrilachian Religious Others

 

  • AAS 385: Topics in African American Studies
    • Course Description: Wide range of topics pertinent to the African American experience. Among topics that have been offered in the past are: Black Political and Social Movements, Afro-Centric Cultures and Human Services, Black Images in American Film, Black Families, Education and the Black Community, and Social Psychological Perspectives on Black Men and Women in the United States.
    • Topics Include: African Influences New World Culture, Political Culture/Citizenship: Africa, Development Issues for Africa, Caribbean Literature, African Citizenship Transatlantic Slave, The Making of South Africa, Africa/Natural Resource Curse, Black Power: Afro &American Diaspora, Sugar and Rum, African Slavery and Spanish America, The Black Female Body in American Culture, Yoruba Art and Culture
    • Frequently Taught By: Michael Harris, Kristin Phillips, Gordon Streeb, Valerie Loichot, Kristin Mann, Clifton Crais, Kristin Phillips, Leroy Davis Jr., Robert Goddard, Nicholas Jones, Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, Lawrence P. Jackson

 

  • AAS 412: War Crimes and Genocide
    • Course Description: This course will explore the development of international law, international consciousness and U.S. foreign policy on the two distinct but often related issues of war crimes and genocide during the late 19th and throughout the 20th centuries.
    • Frequently Taught By: Carol Anderson

 

  • AAS 485: Special Topics Seminar
    • Course Description: Wide range of topics pertinent to the African American experience. Among topics that have been offered in the past are: Black Political and Social Movements, Afro-Centric Cultures and Human Services, Black Images in American Film, Black Families, Education and the Black Community, and Social Psychological Perspectives on Black Men and Women in the United States.
    • Topics Include: Transnational Female Leadership, Cold Cases
    • Frequently Taught By: Leroy Davis Jr., Brett Gadsden, Henry Kibanoff

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