Introduction to African-American Studies - WR

This is an interdisciplinary exploration of the experience and initiative of people of African descent throughout the world. Students will be introduced to the history, religion, sociology, politics, economics, creative production and psychology of African peoples, especially in the United States. In addition, the course introduces a variety of perspectives, theories, practical applications and methods of studying African peoples and their social evolution. A student may earn credit for HIS 102 or AFS 100, but cannot earn credit for both courses because they are equivalent courses.

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AFS-100, Section CX1

CRN #23605


Njeru Murage

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TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureDowntown Campus
Room 516
Aug 29th, 2022 – Dec 16th, 2022Monday, Wednesday
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Type Lecture
Location Downtown Campus
Room 516
Date(s) Aug 29th, 2022 – Dec 16th, 2022
Day / Time Monday, Wednesday
10:30 am - 11:45 am