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HIST 323 – African-American Intellectual and Social History

Credits: 4

A study of the intellectual arguments and social institutions that have empowered AfricanAmerican leaders and the masses to maintain and assert their humanity within a world of oppression. Focuses on how gender, race, and class have created diverse ideas and opinions among AfricanAmericans and the methods used by AfricanAmerican intellectuals to analyze these ideas and opinions. Same as: HISTG+170. Offered spring semester in alternate years. CLA-Breadth/Humanities

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