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African American Narratives

Black (Life) Matters//African American NarrativesFirst-person literary accounts written by people of Africandissent in the United States and Anglo North America record anddocument Black experience, both collectively and individually,from the 18th-century into the contemporary moment. Coursereadings illustrate the humanizing impact these texts maintainamong audiences, through time. Among other Black writers,students engage, Coates(2015), Malcolm X (1965), I. B. Wells(1892), Jacobs (1865) and Douglass (1855).

Section: AMST-490-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Michael A Antonucci
Days: MW
Times: 12:00PM‑1:45PM (MW)
Start/End Date: 01/21/ - 05/08/
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: Black (Life) Matters//African American NarrativesFirst-person literary accounts written by people of Africandissent in the United States and Anglo North America record anddocument Black experience, both collectively and individually,from the 18th-century into the contemporary moment. Coursereadings illustrate the humanizing impact these texts maintainamong audiences, through time. Among other Black writers,students engage, Coates(2015), Malcolm X (1965), I. B. Wells(1892), Jacobs (1865) and Douglass (1855).

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