Jan 25, 2021  
Course Catalog 2005-2006 
Course Catalog 2005-2006 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AAST 101 - Introduction to the Black Experience

3 SS, CD
Second Semester. An interdisciplinary exploration of key aspects of Black history, culture, and life in Africa and the Americas. The course attempts to provide students with a fundamental intellectual understanding of the universal Black experience as it has been described and interpreted by humanists and social scientists. Included in the course will be such topics as: the African American Studies movement, the African heritage of Afro-Americans, Pan-African relations, racism and sexism, the family, the role of religion in Black life, class structure and class relations, the political economy of African American life, and Black political power. Declared majors are given priority for this course.

Prerequisites & Notes
Enrollment Limit: 45.
Ms. Brooks

Credits: 3 hours

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