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Courses and Programs

 

Academic Programs in African American Studies

(This information may also be downloaded from the TCNJ Undergraduate Bulletin)

Related academic programs for which African American Studies courses may be counted.

African American Studies Courses:

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  • AAS 170: Topics in African American Studies (occasionally)
  • AAS 179/HIS 179: (formerly AAS 205) African American History to 1865
  • AAS 180/HIS 180: (formerly AAS 206) African American History 1865 to the present
  • AAS 201/HON 220: African and Diaspora Religious Traditions
  • AAS 207/HIS 251 (formerly AAS 351/HIS 351): Ancient and Medieval Africa
  • AAS 208/HIS 252 (formerly AAS 352/HIS 352): Colonial and Modern Africa
  • AAS 210: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the English-Speaking Caribbean
  • AAS 211: The Caribbean: A Socio-Historical Overview
  • AAS 235/COM 235: African American Film
  • AAS 240/MUS 245: History of Jazz
  • AAS 251: Harlem Renaissance When in Vogue
  • AAS 252: Gendering the Harlem Renaissance: Black Paris
  • AAS 280/WGS 260: Women of African Descent in Global Perspective
  • AAS 281/SOC 281: The Sociology of Race in the U.S.
  • AAS 282/HIS 290: History of Race Relations in the U.S.
  • AAS 310: Great Lives African American History I
  • AAS 321/JPW 321: Topics: Race, Gender, and the News
  • AAS 335/LIT 335: Caribbean Women Writers
  • AAS 348: African American Music
  • AAS 353/CRI 352: Advanced Criminology: Race and Crime (Prerequisite: CRI 205 or permission of instructor)
  • AAS 365/INT 365: African Cinema: Francophone African Experience Through Film
  • AAS 370: Topics in African American Studies (Cross-list: Varies)
  • AAS 375/WGS 365: Womanist Thought (Prerequisites: AAS 280, WGS 280/Africana Women in Historical Perspective, or WGS 375/Global Feminisms, or by permission of the instructor)
  • AAS 376/HIS365/WGS 361: Topics: African-American Women’s History
  • AAS 377/LIT 377 (formerly AAS 221/LIT 281): Early African American Literature to 1920
  • AAS 378/LIT 378 (formerly AAS 222/LIT 282): African American Literature 1920-1980
  • AAS 390: Advanced Research in African Studies
  • AAS 391: Independent Study
  • AAS 392: Guided Study in Africana Studies
  • AAS 393: Independent Research
  • AAS 477: Honors in Africana Studies (Prerequisites: HON 220, HON 243, or by invitation)
  • AAS 495, 496: Senior Thesis

First-Year Seminar Courses:

  • FSP 102: Literature of the Harlem Renaissance: “When the Negro Was in Vogue”
  • FSP 132: Brown v. Board of Education
  • FSP 122: Brown v. Board of Education: From Brown to Black Feminism
  • FSP 102: Harlem Renaissance: Black Paris
  • FSP 122: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Anglophone Caribbean
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