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Brooklyn College Created Open Education Resources (OER): Africana Studies

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Brooklyn College Africana Studies OER

You feel a calling to study the black diaspora, travel to storied lands, and understand the dynamics of cultural phenomena like hip-hop music, the civil rights movement, and the first black president of the United States. You would be fascinated by a trip to a black comic book convention or a summer seminar in Haiti, Panama, or Brazil. The Department of Africana Studies offers a multidisciplinary curriculum devoted to in-depth study of blacks in Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States

Below are Africana Studies Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.  

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AFST 3247 Literature of the African Diaspora

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Course: AFST 3247
TItle: Literature of the African Diaspora
Instructor: Conor Tomas Reed
Platform: WordPress (AC)
Status: Active, Spring 2020