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Race and Social Issues (S1AAS004)

This cluster looks at issues from a double racial and social approach, emphasizing the need to consider race and class status as fundamental reading parameters in exploring texts, films and cultures.

Academic Division: Social Sciences
Academic Department: AAS

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Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
AAS 142/HIS 166 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY IISpring 2013
AAS 142/HIS 171AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY IIFall 2013
AAS 249/HIS 249 THE CIVIL WARSpring 2013
AAS 249/HIS 269THE CIVIL WARFall 2013
AAS 256/HIS 258 HISTORY OF RACE IN AMERICASpring 2013
AAS 256/HIS 274HISTORY OF RACE IN AMERICAFall 2013
AAS 259/HIS 259 AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN HISTORYSpring 2012
AAS 271/HIS 271 CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMERICASpring 2012
AAS 343/HIS 343 RACE AND THE AMERICAN CITYSpring 2012
AAS 356/HIS 340 BLACK FAMILY IN SLAVERY & FREEDOMSpring 2013
AAS 356/HIS 364 BLACK FAMILY IN SLAVERY & FREEDOMFall 2013
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Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
AAS 194Q/PSC 194Q ROCHESTER POLITICS AND PLACES
AAS 225/PSC 225 RACE AND POLITICAL REPRESENTATION
AAS 253/ECO 253 ECON & SOCIAL CONDITIONS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE 20TH CEN
PSC 228RACE AND ETHNIC POLITICSSpring 2013
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Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
AAS 220/FR 219 RACE & GENDER IN POPULAR FILMSpring 2008
AAS 228/REL 226 MARTIN & MALCOLM IN AMERICA: REL. & THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTFall 2006
AAS 245/ENG 248 SLAVERY & 20TH CEN AFRICAN-AMERICAN NOVELSpring 2008
AAS 246/REL 234 CRY FREEDOM: LIBERATION THEOLOGIES
AAS 280/FR 272 MADNESS & POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE