Associate Professor of African American Studies
Los Angeles , CA, UNITED STATES
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
M.A., Interdepartmental Program in Afro-American Studies
B.A., Interdepartmental Program in Afro-American Studies
An introductory course designed to give an overview of African American Studies in order to familiarize the student with the history, culture, aspirations, and contemporary issues of the African American experience.
An analysis of the historical forces which shaped the African American experience in America from past to present.
This course will explore the ways in which the American legal system has contributed to the shaping of race and gender in American culture.
This course will explore how and why hip hop has become a global phenomenon, examining themes within hip hop culture with a primary focus on race, gender, class, sexuality, and youth politics of hip hop.
Explores the major historical themes in African American History such as Slavery and Freedom, The Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights and Black Power, and African Americans at the Turn of the 21st Century.
This course provides a look into the role of the Black Woman in a Historical context
A look at the development of Civil Rights in America
An in depth look at the relationship between Race and Ethnicity
This course will look at the History of Ethnic America
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Volume 95, no. 1
Review Essay - Volume 55, no. 2
Special Report, Review Essay. Volume 94, no. 4
Review Essay, Volume 35, no. 2
Marie Dallam, Daddy Grace: A Celebrity Preacher and his House of Prayer. New York, NYU Press, 2007