Digital History at Ursinus

Issues in African American and Africana Studies

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Title

Issues in African American and Africana Studies

Subject

African American and Africana Studies

Description

The introduction course to African American and Africana Studies is the core requirement for the AAAS minor. This course is currently taught by Dr. Patricia Lott and is offered approximately every two years. Students in the course read a variety of text highlighting views of African history and present day African experience, and also do a digital project on Ursinus African history.

Creator

Ursinus College

Source

Ursinus College Course Catalog

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

2004

Contributor

Ursinus College

Rights

Ursinus College

Format

Photograph from Course Catalog

Language

English

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Text

This is an interdisciplinary, introductory course for the African American and Africana studies program. This discussion-oriented course is designed to integrate the diverse concentrations of the discipline. It will cover the history of the field, and the role and contributions of various disciplines. This course also examines the variables and dimensions of African-American and African Diasporic experience...

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Citation

Ursinus College, “Issues in African American and Africana Studies,” Digital History at Ursinus, accessed August 13, 2020, http://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1514.