AFRS 6620 - Advanced Readings in African Modernities
The advanced seminar explores the meanings, character, complexity, and consequences of modernity in Africa. The interdisciplinary readings and the analyses that derive from a wide range of disciplines - philosophy, history, anthropology, politics, literature, and the arts - will be deployed to understand the African realities of modernity as a product of 500 years of history from the Atlantic Slavery through colonialism, to the present.
Credit Hours: (3)
Prerequisite(s): 3 credit hours of Africana Studies course(s) at the graduate-level or approval of the Graduate Program Director.
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