Jan 23, 2022  
Catalogue 2021-2022 
    
Catalogue 2021-2022
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AFRS 322 - The Afro-Indo-Anglo Caribbean: Education, Feminism, Indigeneity and Migration

Semester Offered: Fall
1 unit(s)
(Same as EDUC 322  and WMST 322 ) The Caribbean is a diverse and complex place. This course specifically focuses on the Afro-Anglo Caribbean with few exceptions such as Haiti, Cuba and the Dominican Republic. The focus on these mostly Afro and Indo Caribbean spaces is important for procuring knowledge that has existed and continue to emerge from this region but that have been marginal in the U.S. academy. Although we cover the Caribbean broadly, the course focuses on a variety of approaches taken by scholars, activists and the government to understand this complex terrain. We read novels, feminist texts, historical documents, sociological studies and other scholarly and popular work to gain a better understanding of this vast and diverse territory. Popular works include poetry, dancehall music, calypso music, short stories and plays. This class provides you with a dynamic introduction to the Afro-Anglo Caribbean region. Kimberly Williams Brown.

One 3-hour period.

Course Format: CLS



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