AFAM 201: Intro to African American Studies: Social and Historical Foundations (Carolina Core)
Introduction to the key debates, ﬁgures and concepts that are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the historical, political and social development of black life in America.
MW 3:55 - 5:10 Cummings
TR 6 – 7:15 Watson
J10 online Bowman
AFAM 202: Intro to African American Studies: Arts and Cultural
Introduction to the key debates, ﬁgures and concepts which are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the artistic, literary and cultural development of black life in America.
MW 2:20 – 3:35 Collins
AFAM 308: African American Feminist Theory (WGST 308)
An interdisciplinary survey of the contributions of African American women to feminist theory.
TR 4:25 – 5:40 Lee
AFAM 350: Antiracist Education (EDFI 211)
Basic concepts, issues and practices of anti-racist education. Topics include individual and institutional racism, overt and covert racism, curriculum, textbooks, power relationships, teacher-student relationships and privacy.
TR 11:40 – 12:55 Hale
AFAM 355: Race and Ethnic Relations (SOCY 355)
Theoretical and empirical approaches related to race/ethnicity and the current state of race relations in America, with some attention to global issues. (Carolina Core)
MW 2:20 – 3:35 Cummings
AFAM 366: Medicine, Disease and Slavery (ANTH 366)
An interdisciplinary study of the health of enslaved African Americans during the nineteenth century, focusing on the conceptions, experiences and dynamics of the relationship between slaves, medicine, healing and their masters in the Antebellum American South.
MW 3:55 - 5:10 de la Cova
AFAM 393: Race and Science Fiction (POLI 393)
Draws on science fiction to understand the contemporary history of American racial and ethnic politics and to speculate about the significance of race in America’s political future.
TR 2:50 - 4:05 Shaw
AFAM 397: Special Topics in African American Society and History: Race, Crime and
This course examines the complex race-crime relationship and the controversies surrounding it, from a criminological theoretical perspective.
MW 2:20 - 3:35 Isom Scott
AFAM 397: Special Topics in African American Society and History Voices of America: U.S. History through Biography (meets with HIST 415)
This course examines African American experiences in the U.S. through biography and
MW 2:20 - 3:35 Littlefield