Sociology of African Americans

Fall 2019

Description

This course examines the historical and social experiences that have shaped contemporary African American life, such as slavery, exploitation, oppression, and resistance (for example, the Civil Rights movement, the Black Power movement, and Hip Hop). Strategies for researching African American experiences are learned through analysis of Black popular culture, male/female relationships, urbanization, religion, and institutional racism.
Prerequisites: AFAM 170 or SOCI 100.

Class Notes

This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Crosby-Jordan, Nandi S
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
5274
Course
AFAM 355 -
SECT 72
Units
3
Fees
Price TBA:
  • $ / unit
Capacity
9/9
Class Meeting Dates

08/26/2019 - 12/20/2019

Days

R

Times

5:00pm7:50pm

AFAM 355 - SECT 72

Sociology of African Americans

Class: 5274 Units: 3

M-F 08/26/2019 - 12/20/2019 R 5:00pm7:50pm

This course examines the historical and social experiences that have shaped contemporary African American life, such as slavery, exploitation, oppression, and resistance (for example, the Civil Rights movement, the Black Power movement, and Hip Hop). Strategies for researching African American experiences are learned through analysis of Black popular culture, male/female relationships, urbanization, religion, and institutional racism.
Prerequisites: AFAM 170 or SOCI 100.

Class Notes

This course examines the historical and social experiences that have shaped contemporary African American life, such as slavery, exploitation, oppression, and resistance (for example, the Civil Rights movement, the Black Power movement, and Hip Hop). Strategies for researching African American experiences are learned through analysis of Black popular culture, male/female relationships, urbanization, religion, and institutional racism.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Crosby-Jordan, Nandi S
Location
WWW ONLINE