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FALL 2020

Introduction-to-African-American-Studies Fall 2020

Class NumberInstructorTypePeriodRoomGen EdEEPHonorsAdditional Course Fees
10244Dr.Vincent AdejumoOnline (100%)Online (100%)Online (100%)Humanities
Writing: 4,000
YesNo$105.00
10245Dr.Vincent AdejumoOnline (100%)Online (100%)Online (100%)Humanities
Writing: 4,000
YesNo$105.00
10247Dr. Patricia Hilliard-NunnPrimarily Classroom (Traditional)Tuesday
Period 4
(10:40AM-11:30AM)

Thursday
Period4-5
(10:40AM-12:35PM)
FAC 0120Humanities
Writing: 4,000
YesNo
An integrated interdisciplinary exploration of selected themes and representative materials in the African-American experience in North America, emphasizing continuity and change. (H) (WR)

AFA 3110-Key-Issues-in-African-American-and-Black-Atlantic-Thought Fall 2020

Class NumberInstructorTypePeriodRoomGen EdEEPHonorsAdditional Course Fees
10248Ashley Preston

Online (100%)Online (100%)Online (100%)Diversity
Humanities
Writing: 6,000
YesNo$105.00
10250Ashley Preston
Primarily Classroom/TraditionalTUE|Period 5-6 (11:45AM-1:40PM)

THR|Period 6 (12:50PM-1:40PM)
LIT 0237Diversity
Humanities
Writing: 6,000
YesNo
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).

AFA 3350 Black Masculinity Fall 2020

Class Number InstructorTypePeriod RoomGen Ed EEPHonorsAdd Course Fees
26869Vincent Adejumo HybridT|Period 5-6(11:45 AM-1:40 PM)
R|Period 6(12:50PM-1:40PM)
MAt0015Diversity, Humanities
Writing 6000
NoNoNo

AFA 3240 The African Diaspora

Class number InstructorTypePeriod Room Gen Ed EEPHonors Add Course Fees
26259Ashley PrestonOnline (100%)Online Online (100%)NO
Writing 6000
NoNoYES

Class NumberInstructorTypePeriodRoomGen EdEEPHonorsAdditional Course Fees
10252Patricia Hilliard NunnPrimarily Classroom (Traditional)Tuesday
Period 5-6 (11:45AM-1:40PM)

Thursday
Period 6 (12:50PM-1:40PM)
FAC 0120Not EligibleYesNo

AFA 3930 Special Topics Fall 2020

Class Number Class InstructorType Period Room GenEDEEPHonorsAdd Course Fees
10251African American Lit 1Delia SteversonPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F
(11:45am-12:35PM)
Fac 0120NoNoNoNo
20997Jamaican Reggae RastaBenjamin HebblethwaitePrimarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F | Period 6 (12:50 PM - 1:40 PM)TUR 2318NoNoNoNo
DEPT CONTAmerican Constitutional LawSamuel StaffordPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F | Period 1 (7:25 AM - 8:15 AM)AND 0034NoNoNoNo
DEPT CONTAmerican Civil LibertiesSamuel StaffordPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalT | Period 1 (7:25 AM - 8:15 AM)
R | Period 1 - 2 (7:25 AM - 9:20 AM)
UST 0101No NoNoNo
22383AfAm Women and Culture CritiqueDebra Walker KingPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F | Period 5 (11:45 AM - 12:35 PMLIT 0127 CSE121NoNoNoNo
26703Blacks in FilmPatricia Hilliard-NunnPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalT | Period 8 - 9 (3:00 PM - 4:55 PM)
T | Period 10 (5:10 PM - 6:00 PM)
Tur 2353NoNoNoNo
26828Haitian Culture and Society Benjamin HebblethwaitePrimarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F | Period 5 (11:45 AM - 12:35 PM)BLK 0415NoNoNoNo
27127Passing & Politics of Identity Roy Holler Primarily Classroom/TraditionalM,W,F | Period 6 (12:50 PM - 1:40 PM)NoNoNoNo
27128African Film & Media Kole Odutola Primarily Classroom/TraditionalT | Period 6 - 7 (12:50 PM - 2:45 PM)
R | Period 6 (12:50 PM - 1:40 PM)
NoNoNoNo

Class NumberInstructorTypePeriodRoomGen EdEEPHonorsAdditional Course Fees
26652Sharon AustinPrimarily Classroom (Traditional)Tuesday
Period 5-6 (11:45AM-1:40PM)

Thursday
Period 6 (12:50PM-1:40PM)
TBANot EligibleNoNo

AFA 4936 Senior Seminar Spring 2020

Class number InstructorTypePeriod Room Gen Ed EEPHonors Add Course Fees
10243Patricia NunnPrimarily Classroom/TraditionalTues |Period 8-9
(3:00PM-4:55PM)
Thurs |Period 9
(4:05PM-4:55PM)
LIT0125Social Science
Writing 6000
NoNoNo
24858Robert Stevenson Primarily Classroom/TraditionalTues | Period 7
(1:55PM-2:45PM)
Thur |Period7 -8
(1:55PM-3:50PM)
FAC0120Social Science
Writing 6000
NoNoNo

Other Courses

AFA 4940 – 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 major or minor
  • Sophomore or higher

AFA 4970 – Honors Thesis

Comprehensive research paper that examines a relevant topic in the discipline of African-American studies.  (S-U)
Prereq: AFA 2000