Digital History at Ursinus

SOC-258 African American Experiences

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Title

SOC-258 African American Experiences

Subject

Growth of the African American and African Studies Program at Ursinus College

Description

The text focuses on a reworked course offered during the 2017-2018 course catalog. The course was formerly titled African American Experience. The course focuses on the multitude of intersecting experiences and identities of African Americas. course is taught by an unnamed Sociology faculty. The course is offered by the Anthropology/Sociology department and the African American and Africana studies program.

Creator

Ursinus College Registrar

Source

Ursinus College Course Catalog

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

2017-2018

Rights

Ursinus College holds the rights to this document.

Format

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Language

English

Identifier

Ursinus College African American Experiences Course

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Text

SOC-258. African American Experiences
This course is designed to make students aware of the institutional and cultural effects of Blackness in the United States; to educate students on the complex intersections of race, class, gender, and nationalism; and to investigate issues concerning the multiple experiences of African-Americans in America. Students will work to expand their critical thinking and reflection skills by making meaningful connections between sociological ideas and everyday experience to better understand how race and ethnicity interact with larger social and historical forces. Prerequisite: SOC-100, ANTH-100, or permission of instructor. Three hours per week. Four semester hours. (SS, D.)

Files

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Citation

Ursinus College Registrar, “SOC-258 African American Experiences,” Digital History at Ursinus, accessed December 14, 2019, http://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1489.