American Studies | Colloquium in American Studies / Topic: Topics in 20th Century African-American History
G620 | 11315 | Khalil Muhammad


Tuesday, 3:35 - 5:30 p.m.
4 credit hours
Instructor: Khalil Muhammad
Class meets with HIST-H650

This course is primarily a readings course designed to introduce
students to the major topics, themes, and problems in 20th Century
African-American history. Our readings and discussions will explore
the following: the rise and evolution of segragation in the South
and North, migration, labor and unions, education, crime, housing,
urban life and culture, health and disease, institution-building,
intra-racial class and gender dynamics, civil rights, and black
nationalism.