Current Courses

Spring 2019
AFA2000 – Introduction to African-American Studies: An integrated interdisciplinary exploration of selected themes and representative materials in the African-American experience in North America, emphasizing continuity and change. (H) (WR)
Class Number: 10302, Instructor Dr. Ashley Preston, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 7 (1:55 PM – 2:45 PM) Room: FAC 0120, Gen Ed: Humanities, Writing: 4000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number: 10299, Instructor Dr. Crystal Felima, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 4 (10:40 AM – 11:30 AM) Room: LIT 0121, Gen Ed: Humanities, Writing: 4000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number: 10299, Instructor Dr.Vincent Adejumo, Online (100%), Gen Ed: Humanities, Writing: 4000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
Class Number: 10301, Instructor Dr.Vincent Adejumo, Online (100%), Gen Ed: Humanities, Writing: 4000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
AFA3110 – Key Issues in African-American and Black-Atlantic Though: The leading voices of resistance and social change that have influenced African-American intellectual history, black public consciousness, political action and social theory. (H and D) (WR)
Class Number 10304, Instructor Dr. Bryce Henson, Online (100%), Gen Ed: Diversity, Humanities, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
AFA3332 – Black Feminist and Womanist Theory: Interdisciplinary survey of African-American and Afro-descendant women’s contributions to feminist theory. (WR)
Class Number 10305, Instructor Dr. Manoucheka Celeste, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 5 – 6 (11:45 AM – 1:40 PM) Room: LIT 0113, R | Period 6 (12:50 PM – 1:40 PM) Room: LIT 0113, Gen Ed: No, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
AFA3350 РBlack Masculinity: Integrated interdisciplinary exploration of selected themes and resources that represent the Black Masculine experience in North America, emphasizing continuity and change. (C, H, D, and E6) 
Class Number 10306, Instructor Dr. Vincent Adejumo, Online (100%), T,R | Period 6 (12:50 PM – 1:40 PM) Room: WEB, Gen Ed: Diversity, Humanities, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
AFA3930 – Special Topics in African-American Studies: Lectures and seminars covering selected topics of current interests in African-American studies. Credits: 3; Prereq: junior or senior standing, or instructor permission.
Class Number 10247, Section Title: Black Power Movement, Instructor Dr. Kenneth Kent, Online (100%), Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
Class Number 10247, Section Title: American Civil Liberties, Instructor Professor Samuel Stafford, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 1 (7:25 AM – 8:15 AM) Room: TUR 2319, R | Period 1 – 2 (7:25 AM – 9:20 AM) Room: TUR 2319, Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number 10250, Section Title: African American Literature 2, Instructor Dr. Delia Steverson, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 4 (10:40 AM – 11:30 AM) Room: TUR 2305, Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number 10307, Section Title: Black Women Activism, Instructor Dr. Ashley Preston, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 5 (11:45 AM – 12:35 PM) Room: CSE E119, Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number 10308, Section Title: Women And Islam, Instructor Dr. Gwendolyn Simmons, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M | Period 10 – 11 (5:10 PM – 7:05 PM) Room: AND 0013, W | Period 11 (6:15 PM – 7:05 PM) Room: AND 0013, Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: 6000, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number 21692, Section Title: Jamaican Reggae Rasta, Instructor Dr. Benjamin Hebblethwaite, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 4 (10:40 AM – 11:30 AM) Room: FLG 0220, Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
Class Number 10251,¬†Section Title: Theories of Black America, Instructor Dr. Bryce Henson, Online (100%), Gen Ed: Diversity, Social Science, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: Yes, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00
Class Number 10252, Instructor Professor Samuel Stafford, Section Title: Race, Law & Constitution, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 1 (7:25 AM – 8:15 AM) Room: AND 0134, Gen Ed: No, Writing: 6000, EEP: No, Honors: No
Class Number 10253, Section Title: Toni Morrison, Instructor Dr.Debra King, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 2 – 3 (8:30 AM – 10:25 AM) Room: CBD 0216, R | Period 3 (9:35 AM – 10:25 AM) Room: CBD 0216, Gen Ed: No, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: No, Honors: No
Class Number 10254, Section Title: Black And Latinx History, Instructor Dr. Ryan Morini, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 4 (10:40 AM – 11:30 AM) Room: MAT 0018, R | Period 4 – 5 (10:40 AM – 12:35 PM) Room: FAC 0127, Gen Ed: No, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: No, Honors: No
Class Number 10255, Section Title: Race & Disability, Instructor Dr. Delia Steverson, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, M,W,F | Period 3 (9:35 AM – 10:25 AM) Room: TUR 2305, Gen Ed: No, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: No, Honors: No
Class Number 10257, Section Title: Black Psychology, Instructor Ms.Victoria Mcneil, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 9 – 11 (4:05 PM – 7:05 PM) Room: LAR 0239, Gen Ed: No, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: No, Honors: No

Class Number 10258, Section Title: Women of Color and the Law, Instructor Dr. Sharon Austin, Online (100%), Gen Ed: No, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: No, Honors: No, Add’l Course Fees: $105.00

Class Number 10259, Section Title: African-American Studies Senior Integrative Seminar: Examination of bibliographic resources and analysis of theory, method and special problems in the field of African-American studies. Instructor Dr. Lauren Pearlman, Primarily Classroom/Traditional, T | Period 7 (1:55 PM – 2:45 PM) Room: MAT 0013, R | Period 7 – 8 (1:55 PM – 3:50 PM) Room: MAT 0009, Gen Ed: Social Science, Writing: Not Eligible, EEP: Yes, Honors: No
AFA4940 – African-American Studies Internship: Students complete internships with companies, individuals, institutions or organizations whose work adds to the knowledge and well-being of the African-American community. Credits: 3; Prereq: AFA 2000, at least two 3000-level AFA courses, African-American studies minor or major, and sophomore or higher standing.
AFA4970 – Honors Thesis:Comprehensive research paper that examines a relevant topic in the discipline of African-American studies. (S-U) Prereq: AFA 2000.