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African Studies Courses and Requirements

All courses offered by the Department of Africana Studies satisfy Harpur College of Arts and Sciences requirements. A cross-disciplinary major (BA program), a minor in African Studies and a concentration in Africana Studies are available.

Spring 2014 Course Schedule

Fall 2014 Course Schedule

Please refer to the Spring or Fall Schedule for the list of courses being offered that semester. Then, refer to the list below as it provides the course description for all Africana Studies courses and cross-listed courses*:

AFST 101, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA STUDIES

AFST 171, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN RELIGION

AFST 175, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN ART

AFST 180D, INTRO TO ETHIOPIAN HISTORY

AFST 180R, MUSIC OF AFRICA, CARIBBEAN & LATIN AMERICA

AFST 212, AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL TRADITIONS

AFST 251, ISLAMIC CULTURES IN AFRICA

AFST 273, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN LITERATURE

AFST 280D, YOUTH, POPULAR CULTURE IN NORTH AFRICA

AFST 280F, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN CINEMA

AFST 280N, INTRO TO 20TH CENT AFRICAN AMN LITERATURE

AFST 283A, INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN HISTORY

AFST 284C, BLACK NATIONALISM IN THE US

AFST 289J, BEGINNING AFRICAN DANCE

AFST 317, AFRICAN WOMEN AND FEMINISM

AFST 362, LITERATURE OF N. AFRICA & M. EAST

AFST 367, AFRICAN KINGSHIP

AFST 370, CONVIVENCIA IN ISLAMIC SPAIN

AFST 372, ARABIC CIVILIZATION & CULTURE

AFST 373, THE AFRICAN NOVEL

AFST 376, AFRICAN CULTURAL TRADITIONS

AFST 378, AFRICAN METAPHYSICS

AFST 379, CONTEMPORARY ART: AFRICA/DIASPORA

AFST 380C, SURVEY OF 19TH/20TH CENT AFRICAN AMN LITERATURE

AFST 380F, BLACK & BLUES:BLUES IN AFRICAN AMERICAN LIT

AFST 382R, AFRICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT

AFST 386F, ISSUES IN FEMININE WRITINGS & FILMS

AFST 387A, IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE HEALTH

AFST 389F, ISSUES IN AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTH

AFST 389J, AFRICAN DANCE-ADVANCED

AFST 477, MEDIUMISTIC TRADITIONS

AFST 480A, GLOBAL HEALTH

AFST 480G, LITERATURE OF THE CARIBBEAN DIASPORA

AFST 480S FEMINIST & DIASPORIC PER ART

AFST 483E COMPARATIVE EPIC NARRATIVE TRADITIONS

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Last Updated: 10/9/14