African-American History to 1877

Also Known As

AFS
207
Course Section Number
HIS
207

Description

(Also AFS 207) This course begins with the history of Africans in continental Africa and their forced removal and enslavement in North America and continues through the Abolition movement, Emancipation, and Reconstruction. This course will examine the creolization of Africans in what became the United States, and the resultant religious, cultural, and political traditions. This is the first course in the African American History sequence.

Division

Humanities

Subject

History

Academic Level

Undergraduate

Topic Code

Transcultural & Global Awareness
Writing Intensive

Credits

1.00 c.u.
With a final grade of C- or better.

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