Browses courses offered by semester and year.
Early African American Experience

The African background of African Americans, the institution of slavery, the development of the African American community institutions, and African American participation in and impact on the Civil War and Reconstruction.

Early African American Experience

The African background of African Americans, the institution of slavery, the development of the African American community institutions, and African American participation in and impact on the Civil War and Reconstruction.

Modern African American Experience

The twentieth-cenury struggle for civil rights, black identity, and self-determination. The response to industrialism and urbanization. The role of black institutions and political organizations. The philosophy and tatics of accomodation, integration, and separatism.

Modern African American Experience

The twentieth-cenury struggle for civil rights, black identity, and self-determination. The response to industrialism and urbanization. The role of black institutions and political organizations. The philosophy and tatics of accomodation, integration, and separatism.

Modern African American Experience

The twentieth-century struggle for civil rights, black identity, and self-determination.  The response to industrialism and urbanization.  The role of black institutions and political organizations.  The philosophy and tactics of accomodation, integration, and separatism.

Modern African American Experience

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Modern African American Experience

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Modern African American Experience

The twentieth-century struggle for civil rights, black identity, and self-determination.  The response to industralism and urbanization.  The role of black institutions and political organizations.  The philosopy and tactics of accommodation, intergration, and separatism.

Modern African American Experience
Development of African American Literature

African American literature since 1773, particularly 1830 to the present: Frederick Douglass, Harriet Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Dorothy West, Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Alice Childress, Amiri Baraka, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, and August Wilson, Colson...

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