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Aas 501: African American Studies Seminar

African American Studies Program

Research, using the seminar format to focus on the African American experience during key historical periods: African origins, slave trade era, slavery, emancipation, urban migrations, and social and political integration. Special attention will be given to the socioeconomic, cultural, and political development of African Americans and the context within which it has occurred. Course content will vary.

3 Credits


Instruction Type(s)

  • Seminar: Seminar for Aas 501
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