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AFAM 8960

Directed Reading in African American Studies

Independent directed reading course for graduate students whose programs of study require courses not available in the regular schedule. It makes the interdisciplinary study of African American culture and theory accessible to students who in traditional departments need to ground their inquiry in a broader context.

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Study within African American cultural history provides a basis for understanding political, social, and economic relations throughout human history.