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The broad range of our courses allows students a window into the breadth and wealth of African, African American, and African diasporic histories, languages and cultures. They also reflect the requirements of today's workplaces and rapidly changing global environment.

Spring 2019

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
AFRO 1011Introduction to African American StudiesSections [1]
AFRO 3002West African History: 1800 to PresentSections [1]
AFRO 3006Impact of African Migrations in the Atlantic WorldSections [1]
AFRO 3103World History and AfricaSections [1]
AFRO 3108Black Music: A History of JazzSections [1]
AFRO 3120Social and Intellectual Movements in the African DiasporaSections [1]
AFRO 3135Political Dynamics in the Horn of AfricaSections [1]
AFRO 3426African Americans, Social Policy, and the Welfare StateSections [1]
AFRO 3431Early Africa and Its Global ConnectionsSections [1]
AFRO 3433Economic Development in Contemporary AfricaSections [1]
AFRO 3592WIntroduction to Black Women Writers in the United StatesSections [1]
AFRO 3625WWomen Writers of Africa and the African DiasporaSections [1]
AFRO 3865African American History: 1865 to the PresentSections [1]
AFRO 3993Directed StudySections [1]
AFRO 4335African American PoliticsSections [1]
AFRO 4406Black Feminist ThoughtSections [1]
AFRO 4478WContemporary Politics in Africa and the Colonial LegacySections [1]
AFRO 4991WThesis Research and WritingSections [1]

Fall 2019

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
AFRO 1021Introduction to AfricaSections [1]
AFRO 1911Black Reality TelevisionSections [1]
AFRO 1917Inequality and the American DreamSections [1]
AFRO 3125WBlack Visions of Liberation: Ella, Martin, Malcolm, and the Radical Tr...Sections [1]
AFRO 3251WSociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and GenderSections [1]
AFRO 3301The Music of Black AmericansSections [1]
AFRO 3432Modern Africa in a Changing WorldSections [1]
AFRO 3578Contemporary Sub-Saharan African Popular Art FormsSections [1]
AFRO 3597WIntroduction to African American Literature and Culture ISections [1]
AFRO 3864African American History: 1619 to 1865Sections [1]
AFRO 3866The Civil Rights and Black Power Movement, 1954-1984Sections [1]
AFRO 3993Directed StudySections [1]
AFRO 4105Ways of Knowing in Africa and the African DiasporaSections [1]
AFRO 4991WThesis Research and WritingSections [1]