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African American Studies Program

Course Schedule

Spring 2022

 

Founding Documents Courses

A study of the United States founding documents that emphasizes how the experiences of African American citizens throughout history and culture shape the country’s values, norms, and ideals.

(This course is only a requirement for non-AFAM majors and minors)

Y01        56839                   TR          1:15 – 2:30PM                   TRAD                    Taylor                   GAMBRL 321

Y02        56840                   TR          2:50 – 4:05PM                   TRAD                    Taylor                   WRDLAW 101

Y03        56841                   MW       2:20 – 3:35PM                   TRAD                    Deas                     GAMBRL 304

Y04        56842                   MW       3:55 – 5:10PM                   TRAD                    Deas                     GAMBRL 304

 

Carolina Core

Introduction to the key debates, figures, and concepts that are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the historical, political, and social development of Black life in America. 

001        41062                   TR          6:00 – 7:15PM                   TRAD                    Singleton               GAMBRL 302                                            

002        50771                   MW       8:05 — 9:20AM                TRAD                    Montgomery               GAMBRL 247                       

003        52748                   TR          3:55 – 5:10PM                   TRAD                    Isom                     GAMBRL 321

J10         46458                   N/A        Online                                 ASYNC                  Watson                WEB

Introduction to the key debates, figures, and concepts that are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the artistic, literary, and cultural development of Black life in America.  

001        41064                   MW       3:55 – 5:10PM                  TRAD                    Davis / Wideman-Davis     JONES   104

002        56847                   MWF     8:30 – 9:20PM                  TRAD                    Taylor                         GAMBRL 302                                 

J10         55070                   N/A        Online                                 ASYNC                  Hawthorne

 

History & Society

An interdisciplinary survey of the contributions of African American women to feminist theory.                                                      

 001               41436                     TR           4:25 – 5:40PM                        TRAD                     Lee          GAMBRL 247

Psychological theory and research as it applies to African Americans. Explores Afrocentric and other perspectives and roles of culture, racism, and historical phenomena.

001          56838                     MWF       10:50 – 11:40AM                    TRAD                     Martin       GAMBRL 149

The social, cultural, economic, and life of Black people in the United States since 1865.                                                                

001          54288                     TR           10:05 – 11:20AM                    TRAD                     Donaldson              

Examination of the origins of Jim Crow and the multi-faceted struggle against it, and other forms of racial inequality, in the American South and the rest of the US since the early 20th century. 

001          56846                     TR           1:15 – 2:30PM                        TRAD                     Sullivan    

History of the environmental justice movement and the unequal distribution of environmental harms on low income, minority, and historically marginalized groups.

001          56843                     TR           10:05 – 11:20AM                    TRAD                     Barro       

Examination of the origins of Jim Crow and the multi-faceted struggle against it, and other forms of racial inequality, in the American South and the rest of the US since the early 20th century. 

001          56848                     MW         3:55 – 5:10PM                        TRAD                     Lyle         

African American politics from the colonial period to the present. Emphasis on voting rights and strategies to advance black representation.

001          56269                     TR           10:05 – 11:20AM                    TRAD                     Shaw

This course examines the complex race crime relationship and the controversies surrounding it from a criminological theoretical perspective.

001          48475                     MW         2:20 - 3:35PM                        TRAD                     Isom                       PETIGR 111

A comprehensive overview of race/ethnicity and health. Class discussions will focus on comparing health status and health outcomes of different racial/ethnic groups in the U.S. and discussing possible explanations for inequalities from a behavioral science perspective.

002          48789                                    Online                                    ASYNCH                 Ingram                    WEB

 

Arts & Culture

Explore development/theologies of African/African Diaspora religions; examine misunderstandings; arrive at a more sophisticated and nuanced vision of these religions and the people who hold them.

 001        56849                     TR           11:40 – 12:535AM                  TRAD                     Mitchem                  GAMBRL 103A                       

Roots of rap/hip hop music from African bardic tradition to African American vernacular traditions and development as a musical genre; rap’s musical and verbal traits and political ideologies; hip hop’s influence on mainstream American society and global youth.                                              

001     56844                        TR           2:50-4:05PM                             TRAD                     Johnson                   CLHIPP 534 

This course is an introductory survey to music of various Cultures within the continent of Africa      

001          45565      TR           10:05 - 11:20AM      TRAD      Johnson                  GAMBRL 402

This course explores the emergence of the global natural hair movement where women and men view natural hair as a sign of beauty, identity, resistance, and personal expression.

002          47878      TR           2:50 - 4:05PM         TRAD       Simmons                 CLHIPP 436

Examination of major social and cultural developments of American South from early exploration to 1900.

003          50126      TR           10:05 - 11:50AM      TRAD       Hinderliter                 

Representative works of African American writers to 1903.                                 

001       56907    TR           2:50 - 4:05PM         TRAD       Trafton                   GAMBRL 302

Explore the African Diaspora as a social, cultural, and historical formation with Africa at its center focusing on U.S., Latin American, and Caribbean African-descended communities.                                                                                                                                                                         

001          55725    MWF       10:50 - 11:40AM      TRAD       Weik                      HAMLTN 140

 

 

 

 

Fall 2021 

 

Founding Documents Courses

Y01      30677      MW      2:20 – 3:35PM      Deas

Y02      30678      MW      3:35 – 5:10PM      Deas

Y03      30680       TR        2:50 – 4:05PM      Taylor

Y05      28994       TR        1:15 –2:30PM        Taylor

 

Carolina Core

001     18297      MW      5:30 – 6:45PM      Singleton

003     31147      TR.       8:05 - 9:20AM      Montgomery

J10      15043      Online                                 Watson

001     10281      TR        2:50 – 4:05PM      Johnson

J10      23756      Online                                 Hawthorne

 

History & Society

001      30501      M        4:40 – 7:25PM      Meir Muller

001      20614      TR       4:25 - 5:40PM      Simmons

001      28995     MWF  10:50 – 11:40AM    Martin

001      21576      TR       10:05 - 11:20AM      Maskiell

001      23451      TR      2:50 – 4:05PM      Singleton

001     29292      MWF      12:00 - 12:50PM      Lyle   

001      18652      MW 2:20 - 3:35PM      Isom

001      24513      TR      11:40 – 12:55PM      Eatmon

 

Arts & Culture

Y01      30677      MW      2:20 – 3:35PM      Deas

Y02      30678      MW      3:35 – 5:10PM      Deas

Y03      30680      TR      2:50 – 4:05PM      Taylor

Y05      28994      TR      1:15 –2:30PM      Taylor  

001      21334      TR      10:05 - 11:20AM      Gunter

002      28996      MWF      10:50 – 11:40AM      Evans

004      17729      TR      4:25 – 5:40PM      Lee

005      28999      TR      10:05 – 11:20AM      Johnson   

001      20109      TR      11:40 – 12:55PM      Trafton

001      23388      TR      11:40 – 12:55PM      Finney

 

 


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