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  AFA 202, The African American Experience
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Semester: Fall 2014
Course Subject: AFA
Course #: 202
Course Section: LOOK
CRN: LOOK
Course Title: The African American Experience
Course Section Information: This course's objective is to examine the experiences of people of African descent in the United States. The course will survey the history of African Americans from their Africans origins, through enslavement and emancipation up to the present. It will address such issues as the origins of slavery and racism in America, the experience of enslavement, the global economic, political, and cultural component of slavery, the creation of the slave trade, the development of African American culture, the black family, religion, spirituality, racial identity, protest, and resistance, among others. The course will also stress the major contributions of African Americans to the United States and how they have shaped and defined American culture.
Credit Hours: 3
Special Section 
Registration Requirements: 
Two sections are offered:
Section 008 CRN 13401
Section 009 CRN 11964
Course Begins: Aug 18, 2014
Course Ends: Dec 12, 2014
Instructor: Norma Threadgill, PhD, MSW
Instructor's Email: norma.threadgill@eku.edu
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 On-Campus or ITV(KTLN) meetings:
Times, Dates:
Asynchronous, no meeting times, weekly assignments.
 Printed Textbooks:
Carson, C., Lapsansky-Werner, E. J., & Nash, G. B. (2011). The Struggle for Freedom: A History of African Americans, Concise Edition, Combined Volume (Penguin Academic Series), 2/E. Pearson: Publisher.
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