May 21, 2018  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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African American Studies

   •  AAS 112 - Introduction to African American Studies in Social Sciences
   •  AAS 138 - Writing About Black Culture
   •  AAS 200 - Selected Topics
   •  AAS 202 - Caribbean Society Since Independence
   •  AAS 206 - Introduction to African American Music
   •  AAS 207 - A Survey of African Music
   •  AAS 231 - African American Literature to 1900: An Introduction
   •  AAS 232 - African American Lliterature: Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
   •  AAS 233 - The Caribbean Novel
   •  AAS 234 - African Fiction
   •  AAS 235 - African American Drama
   •  AAS 241 - African Religions: An Introduction
   •  AAS 254 - Comparative Study of American Ethnic Communities
   •  AAS 290 - Independent Study
   •  AAS 300 - Selected Topics
   •  AAS 302 - Contemporary African American Theater
   •  AAS 303 - Black Women Writers
   •  AAS 304 - Workshop:African American Theater
   •  AAS 305 - African Orature
   •  AAS 306 - African American Politics
   •  AAS 307 - African Women Writers
   •  AAS 309 - Race, Gender and Sexuality in the African Diaspora
   •  AAS 310 - Elements of Theater Production
   •  AAS 312 - Pan Africanism
   •  AAS 325 - Africa to 1800
   •  AAS 326 - Africa Since 1800
   •  AAS 327 - History of Southern Africa
   •  AAS 331 - The African American Novel: Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
   •  AAS 332 - African American History: Through the 19th Century
   •  AAS 333 - African American History: After the 19th Century
   •  AAS 338 - Creative Writing Workshop
   •  AAS 341 - Politics of Africa
   •  AAS 345 - African American Religious History
   •  AAS 346 - Comparative Third World Politics
   •  AAS 353 - Sociology of the African American Experience
   •  AAS 361 - Art of the Black World
   •  AAS 364 - African International Relations
   •  AAS 365 - International Political Economy of the Third World
   •  AAS 367 - Protest Movements & African American Artists:19th & 20th Centuries
   •  AAS 380 - International Course
   •  AAS 390 - Independent Study
   •  AAS 400 - Selected Topics
   •  AAS 402 - Slavery and Abolition
   •  AAS 403 - African and Caribbean Women Writers
   •  AAS 408 - Masters of American Black Music
   •  AAS 409 - History of Jazz, 1940 to Present
   •  AAS 410 - Seminar on Social Change
   •  AAS 412 - Hurricane Katrina: Race, Class, Gender & Disaster
   •  AAS 413 - There Goes the Neighborhood: US Residential Segregation
   •  AAS 416 - Race, Crime and Punishment
   •  AAS 417 - Human Rights in the Americas
   •  AAS 425 - “Revolt of the Black Athlete”: Africana Studies and the History and Culture of Sport
   •  AAS 426 - African American Urban History
   •  AAS 427 - New York City: Black Women Domestic Workers
   •  AAS 433 - Harlem Renaissance:Literature and Ideology
   •  AAS 434 - Underground Railroad
   •  AAS 445 - The Caribbean: Sex Workers, Transnational Capital, and Tourism
   •  AAS 465 - The Image of Blacks in Art and Film
   •  AAS 470 - Experience Credit
   •  AAS 480 - International Course
   •  AAS 490 - Independent Study
   •  AAS 499 - Honors Capstone Project
   •  AAS 500 - Selected Topics
   •  AAS 501 - African American Sociological Practice:1900-45
   •  AAS 503 - Black Paris: Studies in Literature, Culture and Intellectual Life
   •  AAS 510 - Studies in African American History
   •  AAS 512 - African American Women's History
   •  AAS 513 - Toni Morrison: Black Book Seminar
   •  AAS 525 - Research Methods in African American Studies
   •  AAS 540 - Seminar:African American Studies
   •  AAS 580 - International Course
   •  AAS 590 - Independent Study