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Spring 2017 Class Schedule

College of Arts & Sciences

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  • Note these abbreviations for the days of the week: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday
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  • Sections that have not been assigned an instructor are listed with "staff."
  • Classes that have not been assigned a classroom are listed with "TBA."
  • Classes that do not have a standard meeting pattern are listed with "ARR."


Black Studies

Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
201 Global Systems/Black Am 3.0 13826 LEC 0001 T 5:30P - 8:15P RH 00203 Wood,Jacqueline Edit No 21 OPEN
Regular Academic
315 Arts of African/New Worl 3.0 14545 LEC 0001 MW 11:30A - 12:45P F A 00106 Clifton-James,Licia No 3 OPEN
Regular Academic
320 Critical Hlth Issues/Blk 3.0 15759 LEC 0001 M 5:30P - 8:15P KH 00209 Semmes III,Clovis Eu No 21 OPEN
Regular Academic
334 Field Shout to Hip Hop 3.0 15762 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P EDUC 00260 Wood,Jacqueline Edit No 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
337 Civil Rights/Afr/Amer Li 3.0 14613 LEC 0001 R 5:30P - 8:15P HH 00302 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
404 Research Seminar 3.0 14066 LEC 0001 W 5:30P - 8:15P RH 00403 Semmes III,Clovis Eu No 26 OPEN
Regular Academic
480 Special Topics/Seminar 1.0-3.0 14822 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P RH 00215 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 4 OPEN
Note: Introduction to Caribbean Literature and Film Description: This course focuses on a selection of music, literary works, and films to introduce students to the variety of expressive forms and creative literature in the Caribbean. It demonstrates the impact of slavery, colonialism and globalization on culture and literature in the region while exploring the influence of cultural forms like Carnival and Calypso on literature and film. The course also examines various genres of written literature in the Caribbean, focusing on the short story, the novel, and film, and on works by Earl Lovelace, Jean Rhys, VS Naipaul and Sam Selvon. Our aim is to determine how different expressive forms respond to Caribbean realities and how they influence each other in the field of creative literature. Regular Academic
Topics: Intro to Caribbean Lit & Film
480 Special Topics/Seminar 1.0-3.0 15261 LEC 0003 TR 1:00P - 2:15P HH 00310 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 22 OPEN
Note: The course examines representations of two different trajectories of migration in African American literature: African American journeys from the south to northern and mid-western regions of the United States, and concurrent migrations of Caribbean people to the US in the early twentieth century. How do writers negotiate such relocations in literature? How do interactions of past and present worlds shape new perspectives and values and how have such representations shaped African American literature and culture? The course examines personal narratives, documentaries, novels, plays, and poetry to explore different migratory histories and experiences from the turn of the twentieth century to the mid twentieth century. We focus specifically on texts by Jean Toomer, Toni Morrison, August Regular Academic
Topics: African-Amer Migrations in Lit
480 Special Topics/Seminar 1.0-3.0 15591 LEC 0004 ARR ARR INTERNET Torres,Theresa Lynn No 0 CLOSED
Course Description: The nature, origin and dynamics of ethnic and race relations in the U. S. and other societies. Specific attention will be given to the historical and contemporary contexts of prejudice discrimination and confrontation. Eight Week - First
Topics: Race and Ethnic Relations
490 Directed Study/Research 1.0-3.0 14070 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Semmes III,Clovis Eu No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
490 Directed Study/Research 1.0-3.0 14071 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
490 Directed Study/Research 1.0-3.0 14072 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Wood,Jacqueline Edit No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
490 Directed Study/Research 1.0-3.0 15080 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Hoard,Adrienne Walke Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
496 Internship in Black Stud 1.0-3.0 15887 IXT 0001 ARR ARR ARR Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
5504 Research Seminar 3.0 14067 LEC 0001 W 5:30P - 8:15P RH 00403 Semmes III,Clovis Eu No 28 OPEN
Regular Academic
5520 Critical Health Issues B 3.0 15760 LEC 0001 M 5:30P - 8:15P KH 00209 Semmes III,Clovis Eu No 25 OPEN
Regular Academic
5534 Field Shout-Hip Hop Afri 3.0 15761 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P EDUC 00260 Wood,Jacqueline Edit No 27 OPEN
Regular Academic
5537 Civil Rights Mvmnt Afr/A 3.0 14612 LEC 0001 R 5:30P - 8:15P HH 00302 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
5580 Special Topics/Seminar 1.0-3.0 14823 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P RH 00215 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 5 OPEN
Note: Introduction to Caribbean Literature and Film Description: This course focuses on a selection of music, literary works, and films to introduce students to the variety of expressive forms and creative literature in the Caribbean. It demonstrates the impact of slavery, colonialism and globalization on culture and literature in the region while exploring the influence of cultural forms like Carnival and Calypso on literature and film. The course also examines various genres of written literature in the Caribbean, focusing on the short story, the novel, and film, and on works by Earl Lovelace, Jean Rhys, VS Naipaul and Sam Selvon. Our aim is to determine how different expressive forms respond to Caribbean realities and how they influence each other in the field of creative literature. Regular Academic
Topics: Intro to Caribbean Lit & Film
5580 Special Topics/Seminar 1.0-3.0 15262 LEC 0002 TR 1:00P - 2:15P HH 00310 Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 24 OPEN
Note: The course examines representations of two different trajectories of migration in African American literature: African American journeys from the south to northern and mid-western regions of the United States, and concurrent migrations of Caribbean people to the US in the early twentieth century. How do writers negotiate such relocations in literature? How do interactions of past and present worlds shape new perspectives and values and how have such representations shaped African American literature and culture? The course examines personal narratives, documentaries, novels, plays, and poetry to explore different migratory histories and experiences from the turn of the twentieth century to the mid twentieth century. We focus specifically on texts by Jean Toomer, Toni Morrison, August Regular Academic
Topics: African-Amer Migrations in Lit
5590 Directed Study/Research 1.0-6.0 13796 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Semmes III,Clovis Eu Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5590 Directed Study/Research 1.0-6.0 13859 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5590 Directed Study/Research 1.0-6.0 13860 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Wood,Jacqueline Edit Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5590 Directed Study/Research 1.0-6.0 15081 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Hoard,Adrienne Walke Yes 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5596 Internship in Black Stud 1.0-6.0 15888 IXT 0001 ARR ARR ARR Wilson-Tagoe,Veronic No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research Thesis 1.0-6.0 13827 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Hoard,Adrienne Walke No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5699 Research and Dissertatio 1.0-12.0 13828 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5899 Required Graduate Enroll 1.0 13829 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic