AAS 336 - Black Women in the United States, Part I: From the American Revolution through the Women's Era
Section: 001
Term: FA 2017
Subject: Afroamerican & African Studies (AAS)
Department: LSA Afroamerican and African Studies
Credits:
3
Credit Exclusions:
No credit granted to those who completed AAS 337 prior to Winter 2012.
Waitlist Capacity:
99
Advisory Prerequisites:
AAS 201 (CAAS 201).
Repeatability:
May not be repeated for credit.
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This course explores the field of African-American women's history from 1619-1900. Topics include Black women's experiences in the slave trade, in colonial America, in the revolutionary period, in the pre-Civil War North, in antebellum slavery, in the Civil War and Reconstruction era, and, at the century's end, in the era termed both the nadir of American race relations and the women's era. The course will ask how understandings of African-American women's histories may transform more long-standing interpretations of the history of family, labor, politics, social movements, health and sexuality in the U.S. It will also take up the challenges particular to research in this field, asking how historians have overcome what has been understood to be the absence of African-American women's voices in the historical record.

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AAS 336 - Black Women in the United States, Part I: From the American Revolution through the Women's Era
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ISBN: 0847684083
The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper including "a voice of the South`" and Other Important Essays, Papars and Letters, Author: ed. by Charles Lemert and Esme Bhan., Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield pub. inc. 1998
Required
ISBN: 0226893448
Crusade for justice : the autobiographie of Ida B. Wells, Author: ed. by Alfreda M. Duster., Publisher: Univ. of Chicago Press 8. #print. 1991
Required
ISBN: 0140436782
Narrative of Sojourner Truth : a bondswoman of olden time, with a history of her labors and correspondence drawn from her "Book of life" ; also, a memorial chapter, Author: edited with an introduction and notes by Nell Irvin Painter., Publisher: Penguin Books 1998
Required
ISBN: 0807063177
Iola Leroy, or, Shadows uplifted, Author: Frances E.W. Harper ; with a new introduction by Hazel V. Carby., Publisher: Beacon Press Reprint [d 1987
Required
ISBN: 0674035836
Incidents in the life of a slave girl : written by herself, Author: by Harriet A. Jacobs ; edited by L. Maria Child. Now with A true tale of slavery / by John S. Jacobs ; edited and with an introduction by Jean Fagan Yellin., Publisher: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press Enlarged e 2009
Required
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