AAST 266:
topics in african history

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Course Description


In this course, we will study and analyze selected works of African literature, history, and criticism.

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Nicholas Brown

Associate Professor of African American Studies and English

Contact Info

Office: UH 1223
Email: cola@uic.edu
Curriculum Vitae
Syllabus


What Does African American American Studies Mean to You?

It is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to the study of the history, culture, and politics of Black Americans.

Course Information

3 hours. Same as ENGL 266. May be repeated.

Requirements Met

Creative Arts Course
World Cultures Course

Themes

Cultural Production & Analysis
Diasporic & Transnational Studies

When is it Offered?

Spring Semester