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|AFST 150 - Introduction to African and African American Studies|
An introduction to how historical and contemporary analyses of cultural, political, and social forces in America, the Atlantic world (Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean), and Africa have influenced the experiences of people of color. To illuminate those life experiences, the course employs the concept of race (as a theoretical, historical, and critical category), historiography, social analysis, and cultural critique.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
African/African Amer Studies Department
American Studies, G4
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