Apr 23, 2018  
Catalogue 2015-2016 
    
Catalogue 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Africana Studies: I. Introductory

   •  AFRS 100 - Introduction to Africana Studies
   •  AFRS 101 - Martin Luther King Jr.
   •  AFRS 104 - Religion, Prisons, and the Civil Rights Movement
   •  AFRS 105 - Issues In Africana Studies
   •  AFRS 106 - Elementary Arabic
   •  AFRS 107 - Elementary Arabic
   •  AFRS 109 - Beyond the Veil and Islamic Terrorism: Modern Arabic Literature
   •  AFRS 122 - Tradition, Religion, Modernity: A History of North Africa and the Middle East
   •  AFRS 141 - Tradition, History and the African Experience
   •  AFRS 175 - Mandela: Race, Resistance and Renaissance in South Africa
   •  AFRS 185 - The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the United States

Africana Studies: II. Intermediate

   •  AFRS 202 - Black Music
   •  AFRS 204 - Islam in America
   •  AFRS 205 - Arab Women Writers
   •  AFRS 206 - Social Change in the Black and Latino Communities
   •  AFRS 207 - Intermediate Arabic
   •  AFRS 208 - Intermediate Arabic
   •  AFRS 209 - From Homer to Omeros
   •  AFRS 211 - Religions of the Oppressed and Third-World Liberation Movements
   •  AFRS 212 - Arabic Literature and Culture
   •  AFRS 217 - Prisons, Community Reentry, and Critical issues in the Criminal Justice System
   •  AFRS 218 - Literature, Gender, and Sexuality
   •  AFRS 227 - The Harlem Renaissance and its Precursors
   •  AFRS 228 - African American Literature
   •  AFRS 229 - Black Intellectual History
   •  AFRS 232 - African American Cinema
   •  AFRS 234 - Creole Religions of the Caribbean
   •  AFRS 235 - The Civil Rights Movement in the United States
   •  AFRS 236 - Imprisonment and the Prisoner
   •  AFRS 241 - Topics in the Construction of Gender
   •  AFRS 242 - Brazil, Society, Culture, and Environment in Portuguese America
   •  AFRS 244 - Indian Ocean
   •  AFRS 246 - French Speaking Cultures and Literatures of Africa and the Caribbean
   •  AFRS 247 - The Politics of Difference
   •  AFRS 249 - Latino/a Formations
   •  AFRS 251 - Topics in Black Literatures
   •  AFRS 252 - Writing the Diaspora: Verses/Versus
   •  AFRS 253 - Topics in American Literature
   •  AFRS 254 - The Arts of Eastern, Southern, Central and Western Africa
   •  AFRS 255 - Race, Representation, and Resistance in U.S. Schools
   •  AFRS 256 - Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism
   •  AFRS 257 - Genre and the Postcolonial City
   •  AFRS 258 - Environment and Culture in the Caribbean
   •  AFRS 259 - Settler Colonialism in a Comparative Perspective
   •  AFRS 260 - International Relations of the Third World: Bandung to 9/11
   •  AFRS 264 - African American Women's History
   •  AFRS 265 - African American History to 1865
   •  AFRS 266 - Art and Everyday Life in the United States
   •  AFRS 267 - African American History, 1865-Present
   •  AFRS 268 - Sociology of Black Religion
   •  AFRS 270 - The Black Power Movement
   •  AFRS 271 - Perspectives on the African Past: Africa Before 1800
   •  AFRS 272 - Modern African History
   •  AFRS 275 - Caribbean Discourse
   •  AFRS 277 - Sea-Changes: Caribbean Rewritings of the British Canon
   •  AFRS 280 - Spaces of Exception: Migration, Asylum-Seeking, and Statelessness Today
   •  AFRS 282 - The Carceral State and Black (Queer and Trans) Bodies
   •  AFRS 290 - Field Work
   •  AFRS 298 - Independent Work
   •  AFRS 299 - Research Methods

Africana Studies: III. Advanced

   •  AFRS 300 - Senior Thesis or Project
   •  AFRS 307 - Upper-Intermediate Arabic
   •  AFRS 308 - Upper-Intermediate Arabic
   •  AFRS 310 - Politics and Religion: Tradition and Modernization in the Third World
   •  AFRS 311 - Advanced Arabic
   •  AFRS 319 - Race and Its Metaphors
   •  AFRS 326 - Challenging Ethnicity
   •  AFRS 330 - Religion, Critical Theory and Politics
   •  AFRS 351 - Africana Studies Seminar
   •  AFRS 352 - Redemption and Diplomatic Imagination in Postcolonial Africa
   •  AFRS 353 - Pedagogies of Difference: Critical Approaches to Education
   •  AFRS 360 - Black Business and Social Movements in the Twentieth Century
   •  AFRS 365 - Race and the History of Jim Crow Segregation
   •  AFRS 366 - Art and Activism in the United States
   •  AFRS 370 - Transnational Literature
   •  AFRS 373 - Slavery and Abolition in Africa
   •  AFRS 374 - The African Diaspora
   •  AFRS 375 - Seminar in Women's Studies
   •  AFRS 378 - Black Paris
   •  AFRS 380 - English Seminar
   •  AFRS 382 - Race and Popular Culture
   •  AFRS 383 - Transnational Solidarities:Palestinian Struggle for Self-Determinatione/Black Struggle for Liberation
   •  AFRS 399 - Senior Independent Work

American Studies: Required Courses

   •  AMST 100 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AMST 105 - Introduction to Native American Studies
   •  AMST 250 - America in the World
   •  AMST 302 - Senior Thesis or Project
   •  AMST 303 - Senior Thesis or Project
   •  AMST 313 - Multidisciplinary Research Methods
   •  AMST 315 - Senior Project Seminar

American Studies: Core Courses

   •  AMST 101 - The Art of Reading and Writing
   •  AMST 160 - Art and Social Change in the United States
   •  AMST 203 - These American Lives: New Journalisms
   •  AMST 207 - Commercialized Childhoods
   •  AMST 252 - The American Military at Home and Abroad
   •  AMST 258 - Studies in Sound
   •  AMST 262 - Native American Women
   •  AMST 266 - Art and Everyday Life in the United States
   •  AMST 283 - U.S. Consumer Culture
   •  AMST 290 - Field Work
 

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