Introduction to the Black Experience

Africana Studies 101

Usual Description

An interdisciplinary exploration of key aspects of Black history, culture, and life in Africa and the Americas. The course attempts to provide students with a fundamental intellectual understanding of the universal Black experience as it has been described and interpreted by humanists and social scientists. Included in the course will be such topics as: the Africana Studies movement, the African heritage of Afro-Americans, Pan-African relations, racism and sexism, the family, the role of religion in Black life, class structure and class relations, the political economy of African American life, and Black political power.

Areas of Interest
Africa and United States
Africa United States
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 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Charles Peterson
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Pamela Brooks
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Charles Peterson
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Meredith Gadsby
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Gordon Gill
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by James Millette
Africana Studies 101 Taught by Caroline Jackson-Smith
Africana Studies 101 Taught by James Millette
Africana Studies 101 Taught by James Millette