Spring 2019 Courses | LSU African & African American Studies

Courses

Spring 2019

AAAS 2000.1 Intro to African & African American Studies

This course explores dimensions of African and African American thought and practice in contemporary and historical perspective.

Jas Sullivan
Online Course

 

AAAS 2000.2 Intro to African & African American Studies

This course explores dimensions of African and African American thought and practice in contemporary and historical perspective.

Eldon Birthwright

Tuesday & Thursdays 7:30 - 9:20a.m.

AAAS/REL 2025 African American Religion

 

Herman Kelly

Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:00-1:20p.m

AAAS 2050 Contemporary Africa

 

Gibril Cole

Tuesday & Thursdays 10:30-11:50a.m.

AAAS 2410 Black Popular Culture

Explores participation by black peoples in the creation and critique of popular culture through media such as film, music and television and terms of topics such as representation and sexuality.

Dari Green

Online Course

AAAS 2511 / SOCL 2511 Race Relations

Examines relations among persons of different racial groups in an interdisciplinary setting that includes sociological, psychological, political, anthropological and historical viewpoints.

Dari Green
Online Course

AAAS 3024 African Diaspora Intellectual Thought

 Survey of critical ideas and theories by select diaspora scholars and writers. Emphasizes the intellectual tensions and deliberations that undergird attempts to theorize and resolve issues involving the status of black people in the world. 

Fahima Ife

AAAS 3044 Black Rhetorical Traditions

Survey of the development of black communication styles ranging from the sermonic to the academic. Examining the black world’s most effective verbal and written communicators and the tension between orality and literacy.

Herman Kelly

Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 - 9:20 a.m.

AAAS 3425 Black Women in America

 
Surveys intersection of race and gender in the U.S. through historical and contemporary lenses, course examines commonalities, differences and struggles that mark black women’s subjectivity.

Dari Green

Tuesday & Thursdays 3:00-4:20p.m.

AAAS 3902.1 Race and Identity:Global Autoethnography

 

Kenny Varner

Tuesday & Thursday 9:00-10:20a.m.

AAAS 3902.2 Research Methods in Africana Studies

 

Dari Green

Tuesday & Thursdays 10:30-11:50a.m.

THTR/ENGL 4220 Drama of Africa and the African Diaspora

 Study of the form and characteristic features as expressed in the works of dramatists in Africa and African Diaspora. 

Femi Euba

Tuesday & Thursdays 9:00-10:20a.m.

 

AAAS/ENGL 4323 Topics in Caribbean Literature: Caribbean Films and Their Fictions

 

Eldon Birthwright

Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 - 10:20a.m. 

AAAS/REL 4440 Religious Thought MLK & Malcolm X

 

Stephen Finley

Tuesday & Thursdays 1:30-2:50p.m.

AAAS/KIN 4800 African Americans in Sports

 

Lori Martin

Tuesday & Thursdays 12:00-1:20p.m.

Contact Us

Telephone: 225-578–5246
Fax: 225-578–5257
Email: aaas@lsu.edu

Links

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