Spring 2020

Spring Course Listings

AAAS courses will be offered in a remote teaching format for Spring Term 2020. Courses will be taught in synchronous or asynchronous structures or in a combination of the two. Professors will be using Zoom and Canvas to convey lectures, assignments, readings, and one-on-one meetings. Times and platforms may change as needed. Please communicate with your professors if you have any needs or challenges during this term. We will work with you to problem-solve concerns or try to point you to a resource which can help. Below is a list of the courses being offered this term with information on how they will be taught.

  • AAAS 07.05 (10) Imagining Freedom in Black America Since the Civil War - First Year Seminar - Rabig (Asynchronous, Zoom and Canvas)

  • AAAS 09 (10A) Introduction to AAAS Diaspora Studies - Campbell and Bell (Mix of Asynchronous and Synchronous, Zoom and Canvas)

  • AAAS 16 (12) Many Faces of Latin America - Pagliarini

  • AAAS 22.10 (6A) African American Religion and Culture in Jim Crow America - Booker (also REL 54) (Formerly AAAS 80.08) (Synchronous, Zoom and Canvas)

  • AAAS 24.50 (3A) Contemporary Black Political Thought and the Modern World - Park (Mix of Asynchronous and Synchronous, Zoom and Canvas)

  • AAAS 31 (2A) Black Theater USA - Ndounou (also THEA 22)

  • AAAS 35 (10A) Modern Black American Literature - Moodie (also ENGL 33)

  • AAAS 40 (2A) Gender Identities and Politics in Africa - Coly (also WGSS 34.02) (Asynchronous, Canvas, Zoom for office hours)

  • AAAS 51 (10A) African Literatures: Masterpieces of Literatures from Africa - Coly (also COLT 51.01 and ENGL 53.16) (Asynchronous, Canvas, Zoom for office hours)

  • AAAS 62 (2) Nationalism and Revolution in the Caribbean - Campbell (also HIST 92.02 and LACS 54) (Synchronous, Zoom for lectures and office hours and Canvas)

  • AAAS 87.05 (2) Politics of Africa - Horowitz (also GOVT 042)

  • AAAS 89 (arrange) Independent Study in African and African American Studies

  • AAAS 97 (arrange) Senior Independent Research in African and African American Studies

  • AAAS 98 (arrange) Honors Thesis in African and African American Studies