Current Approved-Related Courses for AFAMAST Major & Minor

Body

Anthropology

  • ANTHROP 3418: Regional Survey of the Anthropology of Africa

 

Arts Administration, Education and Policy

  • ARTEDUC 4763: African American Women Artists from Slavery to Present

 

Classics

  • CLAS 3956: Black Cultures and Classical Education

 

Comparative Studies/ Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

  • COMPSTD/WGSST 4921: Intersections

 

Educational Studies

  • ESCE 5193: Higher Education in the Dominican Republic: Access, Equity, and Opportunity

 

English

  • ENGLISH 2281: Introduction to African-American Literature
  • ENGLISH 2367.07S: Literacy Narratives of Black Columbus --not in degree audit or on department website
  • ENGLISH 4582: Special Topics in African-American Literature

 

French and Italian

  • FRENCH 5205: Black Africa and Diaspora: Texts and Contexts
  • FRENCH 5206: North Africa: Texts and Contexts

 

Geography

  • GEOG 5752: South Africa: Society and Space

 

History

  • HISTORY 2032: History of Modern Africa 1800-1960s
  • HISTORY 2080: African-American History to 1877
  • HISTORY 2081: African-American History from 1877
  • HISTORY 2085: Black Ohio in the 19th Century
  • HISTORY 2301: African Peoples and Empires in World History
  • HISTORY 2303: History of Contemporary Africa 1960-Present
  • HISTORY 3080: Slavery in the United States
  • HISTORY 3081: Free Blacks in Antebellum America
  • HISTORY 3082: Black Americans During the Progressive Era
  • HISTORY 3083: Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
  • HISTORY 3085: African American History Through Contemporary Film
  • HISTORY 3086: Black Women in Slavery and Freedom
  • HISTORY 3089: Studies in African American History
  • HISTORY 3090: Comparative Slavery
  • HISTORY 3301: History of Modern West Africa, post 1800
  • HISTORY 3302: Nationalism, Socialism, and Revolution in Africa
  • HISTORY 3304: History of Islam in Africa
  • HISTORY 3306: History of African Christianity
  • HISTORY 3307: History of African Health and Healing
  • HISTORY 3308: History of US-Africa Relations
  • HISTORY 3310 (AFAMAST 3320): History of African Cinema
  • HISTORY 3312: Africa & World War II
  • HISTORY 3313: Conflict in the Horn of Africa
  • HISTORY 3314: From Rubber to Coltan: A Long History of Violence and Exploitation in Central Africa
  • HISTORY 3354: Islamic Spain and North Africa
  • HISTORY/MICRBIO 3798.05: HIV in Context: East Africa (Tanzania)
  • HISTORY 3798.06: Between France and Morocco: Inclusivity and Diversity in the Francophone World
  • HISTORY 4080/4080E/4080H: Readings in African American History
  • HISTORY 4085/4085E/4085H: Research Seminar in African American History
  • HISTORY 4300/4300E/4300H: Readings in African History
  • HISTORY 4325/4325E/4325H: Research Seminar in African History
  • HISTORY 5080: Special Topics in African American History
  • HISTORY 5300: Special Topics in African History

 

History of Art

  • HISTART 2101: Introduction to African Art and Archaeology

 

International Studies

  • INTSTDS 2000: Introduction to Africa
  • INTSTDS 2797.02: Study Abroad: Contemporary Uganda (linked on department website)
  • INTSTDS 4515: Ethnicity, Development and the State in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • INTSTDS 4536 / AEDECON 4536: Economic Development of Sub-Saharan Africa 

 

Music

  • MUSIC 2244: African American Musical Traditions
  • MUSIC 2288: Bebop to Doowop to Hip-hop: The Rhythm and Blues Tradition
  • MUSIC 4555.08: African Music: Ideas Forms and Trajectories

 

Philosophy

  • PHILOS 3440: Theorizing Race

 

Political Science

  • POLITSC 3798: Field Research Methods for Politics & Development in African (Malawi)
  • POLITSC 4140 (AFAMAST 4504): Black Politics
  • POLITSC 4143: Race, Ethnicity, and American Politics
  • POLITSC 4250: African Politics

 

Religious Studies

  • RELSTDS 3674: African Religions

 

Spanish and Portuguese

  • PORTGSE 4597.01: Coloniality and Postcoloniality in the Literatures of Portugal and Portuguese-Speaking Africa

 

Sociology

  • SOCIOL 3380: Racial and Ethnic Relations in America
  • SOCIOL 3463: Social Stratification: Race, Class, Gender
  • SOCIOL 3798.03: Genocide and its Aftermath in Rwanda

 

Theatre

  • THEATRE 2367.02: African American Theatre History

 

Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

  • WGSST 2367.04: Black Women Writers: Text and Context
  • WGSST 4402: Black Women: Representations, Politics, & Power
  • WGSST 5623: African Women: History & Socioeconomic Change