Courses in Black Studies

Fall 2015

BLST-111 Introduction to Black Studies

Solsiree Del Moral (Section 01)

BLST-154 Bob Marley and the Globalization of Jamaican Popular Music

Robert T. Hayashi (Section 01)
Jason Robinson (Section 01)

BLST-200 Critical Debates in Black Studies

TBA (Section 01)

BLST-201 Introduction to the Black Atlantic

Mary E. Hicks (Section 01)

BLST-202 Global Women's Literature

Krupa Shandilya (Section 01)

BLST-212 Digital Africas

BLST-236 Black Sexualities

Khary O. Polk (Section 01)

BLST-237 Incarcerating Blackness

John E. Drabinski (Section 01)

BLST-243 Black Protest Traditions in American Dance

Constance Valis Hill (Section 01)

BLST-291 Black Radicalism in the Global South

Alec F. Hickmott (Section 01)

BLST-293 African Art and the Diaspora

Rowland O. Abiodun (Section 01)

BLST-294 Black Europe

Khary O. Polk (Section 01)

BLST-296 The Concept of Race

John E. Drabinski (Section 01)

BLST-313 Visual Arts and Orature in Africa

Rowland O. Abiodun (Section 01)

BLST-321 Riot and Rebellion in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

Sean Redding (Section 01)

BLST-362 Childhood in African and Caribbean Literature

BLST-377 Bad Black Women

Aneeka A. Henderson (Section 01)

BLST-381 The Age of Emancipation in the Atlantic World, 1790-1900

Mary E. Hicks (Section 01)

BLST-432 Exploring Ralph Ellison's <em>Invisible Man</em>

TBA (Section 01)

BLST-441 Ghosts in Shells? Virtuality and Embodiment from Passing to the Posthuman

Marisa Parham (Section 01)