2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BST 101 - Black Cultural Identity, Past & Present

This interdisciplinary course provides an overview of the global black experience through an examination of the roots, culture, and politics of the modern world with an emphasis on the ideas of black social thought, political protests, and social change. The course is organized chronologically, covering the historical foundations and backgrounds of people of African descent throughout the diaspora, classic works in Black Studies with emphasis on continuities among African peoples worldwide, and the social forces that have shaped contemporary life, and particularly black life, in Africa and the Americas.
Credits: 3
Offered in the Spring Semester
Core Course

DCCG: Human Diversity