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Collaborative Learning Exchange: Creative Explorations of Justice
AAS 200
Introduction to the Study of African American Cultural Practices
AAS 201
Introductory Research Methods in African American Studies
AAS 202, SOC 202
Introduction to African American Music
AAS 210, MUS 253
What's So Funny? Forms of African American Humor
AAS 212, ENG 212
Topics in African American Studies
AAS 230, ENG 231
Race is Socially Constructed: Now What?
AAS 235, SOC 236
Other Futures: An Introduction to Modern Caribbean Literature
AAS 242, ENG 242, GSS 242, LAS 242
Harlem Renaissance and Black Arts Movements
AAS 245, ART 245
The New Jim Crow - US Crime Policy from Constitutional Formation to Ferguson
AAS 247, POL 363
Growing up Global: Novels and Memoirs of Transnational Childhoods
AAS 274, COM 274
Junior Seminar: Research and Writing in African American Studies
AAS 300
Black to the Future: Science, Fiction, and Society
AAS 301, SOC 367
Political Bodies: The Social Anatomy of Power and Difference
AAS 302, SOC 303, ANT 378, GHP 302
The History of Black Gospel Music
AAS 305, REL 391, MUS 354, AMS 355
Modern Caribbean History
AAS 313, LAS 377, HIS 213
Model Memoirs: The Life Stories of International Fashion Models
AAS 314, COM 396
Black Women and Spiritual Narrative
AAS 318, REL 318
Caribbean Women's History
AAS 319, LAS 368, GSS 356
Islands In The Sun: Caribbean Literature
AAS 320, ENG 363, AMS 384
Black Power and its Theology of Liberation
AAS 321, REL 321
Afro-Diasporic Dialogues: Black Activism in Latin America and the United States
AAS 322, LAO 322, LAS 301, AMS 323
Diversity in Black America
AAS 323, AMS 321
African American Autobiography
AAS 325, ENG 393, REL 366
Masters of the 20th Century: Lorraine Hansberry
AAS 327, ENG 379, GSS 368
Slavery and Emancipation in Latin America and the Carribean
AAS 328, LAS 352
Black Metropolis: African American Urban History
AAS 330, HIS 455
The Nation of Islam in America
AAS 332, REL 332
African Vampires, Zombies, and Other Political Phantoms
AAS 338, AFS 338
Enter the New Negro: Black Atlantic Aesthetics
AAS 341, ART 375
Sisters' Voices: African Women Writers
AAS 342, COM 394, AFS 342
Sonic Fugitives: The Soundscapes of the African-American Literary Tradition
AAS 345, ENG 358
Art School @ African American Studies: Process, Discourse, Infrastructure
AAS 347, VIS 337
Black Popular Music Culture
AAS 348
Seeing To Remember: Representing Slavery Across the Black Atlantic
AAS 349, ART 364
Rats, Riots and Revolution: Housing in the Metropolitan United States
AAS 350, SOC 362
Law, Social Policy, and African American Women
AAS 351, GSS 351
African American Literature: Origins to 1910
AAS 353, ENG 353
Sexuality and Religion in America
AAS 358, REL 379, GSS 359
African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to Present
AAS 359, ENG 366
Race and the American Legal Process: Emancipation to the Voting Rights Act
AAS 362, WWS 497, POL 338
Blackness and Media
AAS 363, ENG 439, AMS 362
Migration and the Literary Imagination
AAS 365, REL 362, ENG 394
African American History to 1863
AAS 366, HIS 386
African American History Since Emancipation
AAS 367, HIS 387
Topics in African American Religion: Black Religion and the Harlem Renaissance
AAS 368, REL 368, POL 424
Policing Racial Order: The History of U.S. Police Power from Slave Patrols to Drones
AAS 370, AMS 374
Postblack: Contemporary African American Art
AAS 372, ART 374, AMS 372
Social Stigma: On Being a Target of Prejudice
AAS 375, PSY 375
Public Policy in the U.S. Racial State
AAS 380, AMS 382
Race and the City
AAS 386, AMS 386
Topics in African American Literature
AAS 392, AAS 392
Intersectional Activisms and Movements for Social Justice
AAS 404, GSS 419, POL 429
Art, Apartheid, and South Africa
AAS 411, ART 471, AFS 411
African Radical Thought and Revolutionary Youth Culture
AAS 442, AFS 442, COM 425
The Civil Rights Movement
AAS 477, HIS 477
The African American Atlantic: Modernity and the Black Experience
AAS 481, ENG 429
Theoretical Approaches in Black Studies
AAS 499, ENG 499, AMS 499
African American Intellectual Tradition
AAS 500
Sexuality and Religion in America
AAS 506, REL 514, GSS 506
Race, Religion and the Harlem Renaissance
AAS 510, REL 515
Empire, Slavery, and Salvation: Blackness in the Atlantic World
AAS 514, COM 509, SPA 596
Publishing Articles in Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
AAS 522, COM 522, ENG 504
Law and the Study of Race
AAS 525
The Politics and Aesthetics of Black Queer Formations
AAS 526
From Passing to Post-Racial: American Literature on the Color Line
AAS 527, ENG 527
Governing Post-Colonial Africa: Family, Religion, and the State
AFS 303
The Resources Curse and Development in Africa
AFS 320, ANT 421
Conflict in Africa
AFS 427
Education and Inequality
AMS 311
Race and the American Musical from Minstrelsy to Hamilton
AMS 315, AAS 309, MTD 315, THR 344
Race, Racism and Politics in Twentieth-Century America
AMS 342, HIS 442
Afro-Asian Masculinities
AMS 360, AAS 360
Race and Living Laboratories
AMS 379, GSS 349
Performing the City: Race and Protest in 1960s Trenton and Princeton
AMS 395, THR 395, AAS 395, HIS 296
Cross-Cultural Explorations of Gender in Film and Ethnographic Texts
ANT 210
The Ethnographer’s Craft
ANT 301
Political Anthropology
ANT 304
Ritual, Myth and Worldview
ANT 321
Cross-Cultural Texts
ANT 322
Economic Anthropology and Pop Culture
ANT 350
Religion and Culture: Muslims in America
ANT 389, AAS 333, AMS 339
Race and Medicine
ANT 403, AAS 403, GHP 403
Urban Studies: Analysis of Contemporary Urban Form
ARC 305
Theories of Housing and Urbanism
ARC 401
Microhistory: Toward an Architecture of Slavery
ARC 556, AAS 557
Modern and Contemporary African Art
ART 237, AAS 237
The Experience of Modernity: A Survey of Modern Architecture in the West
ART 242, ARC 242
Introduction to African Art
ART 260, AAS 260, AFS 260
Art and Politics in Postcolonial Africa
ART 261, AAS 261, AFS 261
History of African American Art
ART 373, AAS 373
Post-1945 African Photography
ART 378, AAS 377, AMS 372
Seminar: Contemporary Art
ART 456
Representing Race in American Art
ART 462, AAS 462
Igbo and Yoruba Art
ART 472, AAS 472
Kongo Art
ART 473, AAS 473, AFS 473
Ancient Egyptian Kingship in Image, Architecture & Performance
ART 529, AAS 529, CLA 528
Art and the British Empire
ART 560, AAS 560
Bondage and Slaving in Global History
CLA 225, MED 225, AAS 263
Citizenships Ancient and Modern
CLA 310, AAS 311
Introduction to African Literature and Film
COM 239, AAS, AFS 239
Crafting Freedom: Women and Liberation in the Americas (1960s to the present)
COM 376, AAS 371, GSS 381
Special Topic in Poetry: Race, Identity, and Innovation
CWR 316, LAO 316, AAS 336, AMS 396
The American Dance Experience and Africanist Dance Practices
DAN 211, AAS 211
Introduction to Hip Hop Dance
DAN 222, AAS 222
An Introduction to the Radical Imagination
DAN 223, AAS 223, VIS 224
Special Topics in Urban Dance: Improvisational Approaches to Hip-Hop Practices
DAN 322, AAS 312
Economics of Development
ECO 351
Black Aesthetics: Art, Literature, and Politics in the African Diaspora
ENG 379, AAS 379, AMS 389, ART 380
Women Writers of the African Diaspora
ENG 389, AAS 389, GSS 389
Experimenting in Dark Times 19th Century African American Literature and Culture
ENG 391A, AAS 391
New Diasporas
ENG 397, AAS 397, COM 339
African-American Literature
ENG 556, AAS 556
The Perpetual Plantation: Race, Environment, Resistance
ENV 325, AAS 326
Haiti: History, Literature, and Arts of the First Black Republic
FRE 376, AAS 378
Mortality at the Margins: Race, Inequality and Health Policy in the United States
GHP 409, AAS 410
Japan and Black America: A Long Road to Discovery
GLS 331, AAS 334
Pleasure, Power and Profit: Race and Sexualities in a Global Era
GSS 345, AAS 355, ENG 399, AMS 373
Gender and Sexuality in American Politics and Policy
GSS 502, AAS 502, POL 514
Asian American History
HIS 270, AMS 370
Latino History
HIS 306, LAO 306
Precolonial Africa
HIS 314
Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
HIS 315, AFS 316
South African History, 1497 to the Present
HIS 316
The American Civil War and Reconstruction
HIS 376
African American Women's History
HIS 390, AAS 394, GSS 390
Race, Drugs, and Drug Policy in America
HIS 393, AAS 364, WWS 389
Princeton and Slavery
HIS 402, AAS 402, AMS 412
Memory, History, and the African Diaspora
HIS 426, AAS 426
Comparative Environmental History
HIS 431, ENV 433
New Orleans at 300: Invention and Reinvention in an American City
HIS 456, AAS 456, URB 456, HUM 456
Violence in America
HIS 474, AMS 474
History of African American Families
HIS 485, AAS 409
Utopias of Yesteryear: Socialist Experiments in Africa
HIS 492, AAS 492, AFS 492
Readings in African American History
HIS 577, AAS 577
Topics in African Diaspora History
HIS 578, AAS 578
Cuban History, Politics and Culture
LAS 371, SPA 372, AAS 374
Caribbean Revolutions: From Plantation Slavery to Global Tourism
LAS 395, AAS 396
The Lucid Black and Proud Musicallity of Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka
LCA 213, AAS 213, HUM 213, ENG 213
Projects in Vocal Performance: The Development of the African American Art Song
MUS 214
Projects in African Dance Drumming
MUS 246, AFS 246
Music of Africa
MUS 258, AFS 258
Jazz History: Many Sounds, Many Voices
MUS 262, AAS 262
Urban Blues and the Golden Age of Rock
MUS 264
Muslims in America
NES 238. AAS 236, REL 233
Muslims, Jews and Christians in North Africa: Interactions, Conflicts and Memory
NES 316, AAS 324, HIS 299, JDS 316
Human Trafficking and its Demise: African and European Slaves in Modern Islam (16th - 21st century)
NES 395, HIS 457, AFS 412, AAS 412
History of African American Political Thought
POL 319, AAS 316, AMS 391
Race and Politics in the Age of Obama
POL 344, AAS 344
Politics in Africa
POL 366, AFS 366
Seminar in American Politics:
POL 421
Interest Groups and Social Movements in American Politics and Policy
POL 543, AAS 543, GSS 543
Topics in Brazilian Cultural and Social History:
POR 304, LAS 311
Brazilian History: Slavery, Race and Citizenship in Modern Brazil
POR 309, LAS 393
Social Psychology
PSY 252
Educational Psychology
PSY 307
Interpersonal Perception
PSY 313
African American Religious History
REL 256, AAS 256
Religion in American Society
REL 258
American Pentecostalism
REL 310, AAS 310
Women and Gender in Islamic Societies
REL 328, GSS 328
Religion in American Culture Since 1830
REL 358
Women and American Religion
REL 360, GSS 360, AMS 369
The American Jeremiad and Social Criticism in the United States
REL 367, AAS 346