HI 3352 - African-American History
Offered: Spring of odd years.
US Group. Explores African-American history. Using primary documents and drawing upon recent research, delves into subjects treated somewhat chronologically, including: Africa and the slave trade, African cultural carryovers to early African-American culture, American slave resistance and rebellion, free Black communities before the Civil War, Black Reconstruction in war and peace, the forging of Black communities in the age of industrialism, the Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance, the quest for democracy in the global depression and its war, the nonviolent civil rights movement and the militant Black Liberation movement. Fall of odd years. (DICO)
*All course information is from the 2012-2013 Catalog.