Capstone Seminar: African Americans and the World

HISTORY 484S

Research seminar centered on exploration of white supremacy and black civil rights movements in the context of American empire. Readings of primary and secondary sources focus on ideas about race and ethnicity, arguments over citizenship and subjectivity, and arrangements of political and economic power. Archival research required. Students will produce an original work rooted in the fields of African American history and the United States and the World. Instructor: Lentz-Smith

Crosslisting Numbers

AAAS 451S

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ, R, SS, W

Theme (Concentration)

Human Rights and Social Movements, Race and Ethnicity

Region

United States and Canada