Africana Studies (AFST)

101. Swahili I. (3)


102. Swahili II. (3)


104. Introduction to Africana Studies. (3)


108 [111]. Intensive Elementary Arabic I. (6)


109. Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies. (3)


249. Race and the Black Male. (3)


250. Survey of African American History. (3)


251. African-American Literature I. (3)


255. Black Women and the Diaspora. (3)


280. African-American Culture. (3)


297. Interdisciplinary Topics. (1-3)


299. Black Leadership [Black Leaders in the U.S.]. (3)


303. Black Liberation and Religion [Introduction to Black Liberation and Religion]. (3)


307. Blacks in the Southwest [Blacks in the U.S. West]. (3)


309. Black Politics. (3)


315. Race and the Law. (3)


317. Civil Rights Movement. (3)


322. Africana Study Abroad. (1-6 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


329. Introduction to African Politics. (3)


333. Black Political Theory. (3)


335. Sociology of Black Communities. (3)


340. Race and Globalization. (3)


345. Foundations in Critical Race Theory. (3)


360. The Harlem Renaissance [Introduction to Harlem Renaissance]. (3)


380. African Literature. (3)


381. African-American Literature II. (3)


385. The African World. (3)


388. Blacks in Latin America [Blacks in Latin America I]. (3)


391. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)


395. Education and Colonial Africa [Education and Colonial West Africa]. (3)


396. Emancipation and Equality. (3)


*397. Interdisciplinary Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)


398. Africana Philosophy and Methods. (3)


399. Race, Culture and Education [Culture and Education]. (3)


453. African American Art. (3)


*495. Topics in Africana Studies. (1-3 to a maximum of 24 Δ)


497. Advanced Community Organizing. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


498. Research Seminar. (3)


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