AFH 382 - Black Women's Literature of the African Diaspora

Description
Black women's literature presents students with the opportunity to examine through literature the political, social, and historical experiences of Black women from the African Diaspora. The course is structured around five major themes commonly addressed in Black women's writing: Black female oppression, sexual politics of Black womanhood, Black female sexuality, Black male/female relationships, and Black women and defining self. This course is offered as AFH 382, EGL 382, and WST 382. Class Notes: Offered as AFH 382/EGL 382 and WST 382. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: U3 or U4 standing. Requirement Designation: DEC G. Required grade: A through D.
Credits
3
Attributes
HFA+ Humanities and Fine Arts
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
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Avg. Class Size
47
Avg. Sections
1