History of the Caribbean I

Africana Studies 122

Usual Description

The course provides an introduction to the history of Caribbean nations beginning in Africa to the mid-20th century. The class explores the geography of the Caribbean, the indigenous population, and the role of Africa in providing laborers for the region’s plantation work and its enduring impact on the region’s cultural traditions. Students will examine resistance movements against slavery and imperialism. The class investigates the various methods individuals have used in recording moments of the past.

Areas of Interest
Africa and The Caribbean
Africa The Caribbean
Time Periods

Pre-1950

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Africana Studies 122
Africana Studies 122 Taught by Yveline Alexis
Africana Studies 122 Taught by Yveline Alexis
Africana Studies 122 Taught by Yveline Alexis