HIST 282 Spring 2014 African-American History From Reconstruction to the Present (D)

Cross Listed as AFR282
This course introduces students to the significant themes that shaped African-Americans' historical experiences from Reconstruction to the end of the twentieth century: the changing meanings of freedom, equality, and rights; the intersections of ideology and activism; the links among local, regional, and national perspectives; and the expanding diversity of black people in the United States. In addition, the course explores the political culture of black institutional and organizational life, the rise and fall of Jim Crow, migration and urbanization, resistance and protest.
Class Format: lecture/discussion
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on class participation, two short papers, and a take-home exam
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Prerequisites: none; open to all
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Divisional Attributes: Division II,Exploring Diversity
Other Attributes: AMST Comp Studies in Race, Ethnicity, Diaspora,HIST Group F Electives - U.S. + Canada
Enrollment Limit: 40
Expected Enrollment: 20-25
Class Number: 3678
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HIST282-01(S) LEC Afr-Am Hist:Recnstrct-Present (D) Division 2: Social StudiesExploring Diversity Initiative Leslie Brown
TR 11:20 AM-12:35 PM Schapiro Hall 129 3678
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