ALS 251 Cultures of Pan Africanism
This course examines the intellectual, social and political movements among Africans and African Diasporic peoples who have advocated the political unity or solidarity of all people of African descent. The course will cover pan-African origins among nineteenth century pan-Africanists in the USA and Caribbean, the post WWI pan-African congress movement, the interwar anti-colonial arts movements in Western Europe, the Caribbean, and Africa (including negritude) as well as later intercontinental connections due to the influence of Frantz Fanon, Black Power in the USA and pan-Africanism in West Africa. (LA, HO2)
Prerequisite: SoS and ALS 104.
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