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AADS 4900 AADS and Community Action (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This seminar examines themes in the field of African Diaspora Studies and emphasizes discipline-based research methods that compliment the majors of AADS minors (e.g.: Communication, English, History, Political Science, and Sociology). Engaging these themes and methods, students will focus on this seminar's theme: "Community Activism." Engaging this topic from Arts, Humanities, and Social Science perspectives increase students' knowledge of intersectional issues, and make them invaluable assets to CEO sites that serve local communities, conduct research, or are invested in social policy or human services. Students will demonstrate their mastery of these essentials in their critical reflections blogs and final research essay.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Rhonda Frederick

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Third or Fourth year (under special circumstances, 2nd year students may be considered) AADS Minors or AADS Independent Majors are eligible to enroll in this course.


Last Updated: 09-Apr-15