SOCI 030C. The Black Atlantic: Diasporic Perspectives and Resistance

(Cross-listed as BLST 030C )
Triumph, failure, defeat, and resistance vis a vis slavery, colonization, and emancipation, are central in shaping the vastness of Black experiences. In this course we bridge individual and historical processes. Our engagement with Black authors' historical fiction and empirical works invites us to consider the day-to-day negotiations of Black: struggles, joys, sorrows, and freedoms as both intimately personal and ideological endeavors. Our focus spans slavery in the US and Caribbean and colonization of sub-Saharan Africa, highlighting important connections and distinctions unique to locales and their relationality to white supremacy. 
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Eligible for BLST
Spring 2022. Veras.
Spring 2024. Veras.
Catalog chapter: Sociology and Anthropology  
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