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SOC 366 - Colonialism, Slavery, and Links to Contemporary Racism


A seminar course to analyze the precursors of contemporary racism using a sociological perspective of racial inequality in the United States and in western, eastern, and southern Africa. There is a specific examination of the historical record of colonialism, slavery, and interethnic rivalry with a particular emphasis on the lasting effects of slavery for people of color in many parts of Africa and the United States.

Prerequisites & Notes: Any course from: SOC 221, SOC 234, SOC 251, SOC 255, SOC 260, SOC 268, SOC 269, SOC 271 or instructor permission.
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Letter
GUR Attributes: ACGM



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