2003 - 2004
Villalon, L., Director; Akinyemi, A.; Amoko, A.; Bamia, A.; Barnes, G.; Brandt, S.; Cailler, B.; Chalfin, B.; Chapman, C.; Chapman, L.; Chege, M.; Crisman, T.; Crook, L.; Cumming, G.; Davis, R. H.; Der-Houssikian, H.; Esseesy, M.; Frosch, J.; Gladwin, C.; Goldman, A.; Hill-Lubin, M.; Hyden, G.; Hyden, M.; Kotey, P.; Langwick, S.; Leedy, T.; Leslie, A.; Leslie, M.; Magnarella, P.; McDade, B.; McLaughlin, F.; Nair, R. P.; Nkedi-Kizza, P.; Poynor, R.; Reid, M.; Schmidt, P.; Spring, A.; White, L.
AFS 2002 The African Experience: An Introduction to African Studies.
An introductory interdisciplinary study of African society and culture that examines the richness, diversity and time-depth of African civilizations. (I,S)
AFS 4905 Individual Work.
Credits: 1 to 9.
May be repeated with a change of content for a maximum of 9 credits.
AFS 4935 African Studies Interdisciplinary Seminar.
Credits: 3; Prereq: Junior or senior standing or approval of instructor. May be repeated with change of content for a maximum of 9 credits.
A seminar on a selected interdisciplinary theme.
Director: D. Scott
AFA 2000 Introduction to African American Studies.
An integration interdisciplinary exploration of selected themes and representative materials in the African-American experience in North America, emphasizing continuity and change. (H) GR-Eć
AFA 3930 Special Topics in African American Studies
Credits: 3; Prereq: junior or senior standing or by permission of instructor.
Lectures and seminars covering selected topics of current interests in African American Studies.
AFA 4905 Individual Study.
Credits: 1 to 5; Prereq: Approval of director of the African-American Studies program.
Directed individual reading or research on topics in African-American Studies.
AFA 4936 African-American Studies Senior Integrative Seminar I.
Credits: 3; Prereq: Senior standing or permission of the director of the African-American Studies program.
An examination of bibliographic resources and an analysis of theory, method and special problems in the field of African-American Studies.
AFA 4937 African-American Studies Senior Integrative Seminar II.
Credits: 3; Prereq: AFA 4936 or permission of the director of the African-American Studies program.
A research seminar providing directed investigation on topics of interdisciplinary interest to scholars in diverse fields.
(See descriptions under department listings.)
AMH 3574 Problems in African-American History.
Credits: 3. GR-Eć
AMH 4571 Slavery and Civil War.
Credits: 3. (H) GR-Eć
AML 3270 African-American Literature I.
AML 3271 African-American Literature II.
MUH 4016 History of Jazz.
Credits: 3. (H, I)
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