AAST 258:
race and urban life

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Course Description


Examines the experiences of Blacks in urban areas since the 1900's. 

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Andy Clarno
Assistant Professor of African American Studies & ​Sociology

Contact Info

Office: 4125 BSB
Email: aclarno@uic.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Syllabus


What Does African American American Studies Mean to You?

"Black studies provides a tradition of critical engagement with the political, economic and social dynamics of racism, capitalism, colonialism and empire.  Grounded in a thorough understanding of history, the Black radical tradition facilitates intersectional critiques of contemporary forms of domination, exploitation, exclusion, and abandonment."--Andy Clarno

Course Information

3 hours. Same as SOC 258.

Themes

Race, Politics & Institutions

When is it Offered?

Fall Semester