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New Course Supplement 2016


REL 54 African American Religion and Culture in Jim Crow America

Jim Crow segregation in the United States compelled many African American men and women to use their bodies—their hands, feet, and voices—to create sacred scenes, sounds, and spaces to articulate their existence in America. This seminar focuses on religious production to explore African American culture in the post-Civil War era. Students will analyze a variety of sources, including music, visual art, film, religious architecture, sermons, food, theater, photography, and news media.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:ART; WCult:CI

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