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Aas 509: Historiography of African American Hist

African American Studies Program

An introduction to the research methods and principles of historiography as applied to specific events and issues in African American history. The course will focus on how African American history has been, and is being written. Topics include the major historians, theories, sources, uses of authentic materials, and fields of investigation. Does not satisfy history department M.A. 500-level historiography requirements.

3 Credits

Cross-listed Courses

Instruction Type(s)

  • Seminar: Seminar for Aas 509
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