AFR 356 Sem-African-Amer History (HIS)

Prerequisites: HIS 161 and 162; or AFR/HIS 165

Offered: Typically every other year according to programmatic needs

Through examination of a key period in African American history, students will develop a deeper appreciation of this history and a better understanding of sources and methodologies historians use to analyze past human experiences. By reading key primary and secondary materials, students will develop an understanding of the way cultural, social, economic, and political issues interact to shape the period. May be repeated for credit, provided the topic differs from that previously studied. NOTE: Certain sections of this course may be approved to meet Perspective Areas in the General Education Program. Check the Schedule of Courses for term-specific information. African Americans', Appalachians', Women's Perspective and Western History Perspective. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit

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HIS 356