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HIST652 - African-American History

 

This course is a study in the history of African-Americans in the United States, with emphasis on the social forces underlying transitions from West Africa to the New World, from slavery to freedom, and from rural to urban life. Topics include the Atlantic slave trade, American slave societies, maroon communities, free blacks in the antebellum United States, Reconstruction and free labor, colonization, emigration, and urban migrations.

 

Prerequisites

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Corequisites

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Schedule of Classes

Registration Dates Course Dates Session
07/30/18 - 01/04/19 01/07/19 - 03/03/19 Winter 2019 Session B - 8 Week session
10/29/18 - 03/29/19 04/01/19 - 05/26/19 Spring 2019 Session B - 8 Week session

Course Materials

Previous Syllabi

Book Title: Voices of Freedom: An oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s
ISBN: 9780553352320
Publication Info: Bantam Books, Inc.
Author: Hampton, H
Unit Cost: $26.40
Electronic ISBN: N/A
Electronic Unit Cost: N/A

Book Title: Mutiny on the Amistad:The saga of a slave revolt & its impact on American abolition, law,& diplomacy
ISBN: 9780195038293
Publication Info: Oxford University Press
Author: Jones, H
Unit Cost: $41.39
Electronic ISBN: N/A
Electronic Unit Cost: N/A

Book Title: Harlem at War: The Black experience in WWII
ISBN: 9780815604624
Publication Info: Syracuse University Press
Author: Brandt, N
Unit Cost: $21.35
Electronic ISBN: N/A
Electronic Unit Cost: N/A