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|HIST 684 - Readings in African-Amer Hist|
The study and historiography of African American history and its interaction with American and world society, as a whole, will be the mission of this class. History, politics, culture (music, literature, theater, art, poetry and the aesthetics) will be our guide. Political and philosophical debates about the nature of the Black struggle for equality will be issues that we explore. Each week we will have a central theme (slavery, anti-slavery, emancipation, labor, civil rights, women’s equality, urban studies, decolonization and foreign affairs, race/racism, Blacks in the Americas) will be topics of concern. Where relevant and possible we will be joined by subject specialist in the GU history department.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
0.000 Lab hours
Levels: MN or MC Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Colloquium, Seminar