ETHS 130F - African-American History I

Description
54 hours lecture per term. This course is a survey of the African-American experience in the United States from its African roots to 1865, emphasizing the roles of African Americans in the political, social, and economic development of American society. Topics covered include: the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the process of enslavement in the Americas, slave life on the plantation, slave resistance, the socio-economic conditions of free blacks in the United States, the politico-economic dispute regarding slavery and its consequences in the outbreak of the American Civil War, and the emancipation of the enslaved black population. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit) AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC
Attributes
F-GE C2 Humanities, F-GE D1 Soc, Pol & Econ Inst, FC/CSU American History, F-CSU C2 Humanities, F-CSU D3 Ethinc Studies, F-CSU US2 History, F-IGETC 3B Humanities, F-IGETC 4C Ethnic Studies, FC/IGETC-CSU American History, FC/Paralegal Humanities, FC/Paralegal Soc/Poli/Econ, Ethnic Studies, History, CSU GE, IGETC, Not a basic skills course, Class Size - 35
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
TuTh, Th, MW, W, Tu
Avg. Class Size
32
Avg. Sections
4