African-American Studies Program

Courses of Study

[AA118]    Dance Technique Lab: Dance Forms of the African Diaspora: Hip-hop Listed as Theater and Dance 118. Two credit hours.
AA214j    African-American Elites and Middle Classes Listed as Sociology 214. Three credit hours. S, U. Gilkes
AA223s    Critical Race Feminisms and Tap Dance Listed as Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 223. Four credit hours. A, U. Thomas
AA228f    Introduction to Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Listed as Government 228. Four credit hours. S, U. LeVan
[AA231]    Caribbean Cultures Listed as Anthropology 231. Four credit hours. I.
[AA236]    Introduction to the Francophone World: The Americas Listed as French 236. Four credit hours. I.
[AA237]    Introduction to the Francophone World: Africa Listed as French 238. Four credit hours. I.
AA247f    African-American History, from Slavery to Freedom Listed as History 247. Four credit hours. H, U. Weisbrot
AA252f    Race, Ethnicity, and Society Listed as Sociology 252. Four credit hours. U. Gilkes
AA255f    Introduction to African Politics Listed as Government 255. Four credit hours. S, I. Seay
[AA256]    African-American Art Listed as Art 256. Four credit hours. A, U.
AA258f    Anthropology, History, Memory Listed as Anthropology 258. Four credit hours. Bhimull
AA276s    African-American Culture in the United States Listed as American Studies 276. Four credit hours. S, U. Gilkes
AA312s    Suburban Politics Listed as Government 312. Four credit hours. U. LeVan
AA315s    Minority Representation Listed as Government 315. Four credit hours. S, U. LeVan
AA330s    Global Histories of Food Listed as History 330. Four credit hours. H, I. Duff
AA333f    Contemporary Theory Listed as Anthropology 333. Four credit hours. Besteman
AA334f    The Great Depression: America inthe 1930s Listed as History 334. Four credit hours. H, U. Weisbrot
AA336f    Politics of Development in Africa Listed as Government 336. Four credit hours. I. Seay
AA338j    Field Study in African Development Listed as Government 338. Three credit hours. Seay
[AA341]    Culture, Mobility, Identity: Encounters in the African Diaspora Listed as Anthropology 341. Four credit hours. S, I.
AA342s    Crisis and Reform: American Society and Politics in the 1960s Listed as History 342. Four credit hours. H. Weisbrot
AA343f    African-American Literature: Speaking in Tongues Listed as English 343. Four credit hours. L, U. Bryant
AA344f    Black Radical Imaginations Listed as Anthropology 344. Four credit hours. Bhimull
AA351s    Minority Issues and Social Change in the Americas Listed as French 351. Four credit hours. L, I. Mauguiere
[AA352]    Hang and Rattle: The West in the American Imaginary Listed as English 352. Four credit hours. L, U.
[AA354]    Slavery and the American Literary Imagination Listed as English 354. Four credit hours. L, U.
[AA355]    African-American Women and Social Change Listed as Sociology 355. Four credit hours. U.
[AA357]    Civil Rights, Black Power, and Social Change Listed as Sociology 357. Four credit hours. S, U.
AA358s    The Sociology of W.E.B. Du Bois Listed as Sociology 358. Four credit hours. S, U. Gilkes
[AA359]    Sociologies of Slavery and Slave Communities in the United States Listed as Sociology 359. Four credit hours. S, U.
[AA361]    Creolization, Culture, and Society in the Indian Ocean Islands Listed as French 361. Four credit hours. I.
[AA370]    Corps, Espace, et Genre: Postcolonial Space in Francophone Africa Listed as French 370. Four credit hours. I.
[AA375]    Narratives of Identities in Francophone African Literature Listed as French 375. Four credit hours.
AA397f    Race, Labor, and Gender in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. Listed as History 397. Four credit hours. H, U. Jacobson
AA397Bf    Africa in New England, New England in Africa Listed as History 397B. Four credit hours. H, I. Duff
[AA413]    Author Course: Toni Morrison Listed as English 413A. Four credit hours. L.
AA421s    Anthropology of Creativity Listed as Anthropology 421. Four credit hours. Bhimull
AA455s    Seminar: Conflict and Crisis in Africa Listed as Government 455. Four credit hours. I. Seay
AA491f, 492s    Independent Study Individual study of special problems in African-American studies in areas where the student has demonstrated the interest and competence necessary for independent work. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and of the program director. One to four credit hours. Faculty