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African and African Diaspora Electives


Africa Electives

ADST 3200 - Issues in African Studies
ANTH 3110 - Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa
ANTH 3480 – African Modernities
ANTH 4150 - African Prehistory
ANTH 6720 - Spoken Yoruba
ARHS 3850 - African Art
CLAS 4130 - Egypt Under the Pharaohs
COMM 4180 - African Cinema
DANC 1910 - African Dance I
DANC 2910 - African Dance II
ENLS 4300 African Literature
HISB 1300 - Africa to 1880
HISB 1310 - Africa Since 1880
HISB 3120 - West African Culture and Society
HISB 3130 - Southern Africa
HISB 3970 - Special Offerings in African History
HISB 3980 - Special Offerings in African History
HISB 4230 - Gender and Sexuality in Modern Africa
HISB 4970 - History of Development in Africa
HISB 6070 - Africa and Gender Theory
HISB 6110 - Colonialism, Freedom, and the Problem of Difference
HISB 6970 - Special Offerings in African History
HISM 4050 - Medieval Northwest Africa
SWHL 1010 - Elementary Swahili I
SWHL 1020 - Elementary Swahili II
SWHL 2010 - Intermediate Swahili
YRBA 1010 - Elementary Yoruba
YRBA 1020 - Elementary Yoruba II
YRBA 2010 - Intermediate Yoruba

African Diaspora Electives

ADST 1550 - New Orleans Hip Hop
ADST 3300 - Issues in African Diaspora Studies
ADST 3350 - Black Music & Performance in New Orleans
ADST 4400 - Afro-Brazilians
ADST 4840 - Orality and Literacy in African and African Diaspora Studies
ADST 6050 - Black Feminism and Social Movements in the United States
ADST 6090 - Criminal Justice and African & African Diaspora Studies
ANTH 3520 – Diaspora Yoruba
ANTH 4550 - Race & Nation in the Spanish Caribbean
ARHS 3912 - African Diaspora Art 1925-present
ARHS 3860 - Arts of the African Diaspora
ARHS 3870 - 20th-Century African-American Art
DANC 1920 - Brazilian Dance
DANC 1950 - Jazz Dance I
DANC 2950 - Jazz Dance II
DANC 3240 - Social and Vernacular Dance Forms
DANC 3950 - Jazz Dance III
DANC 3960 - New Orleans Jazz Dance Project
DANC 4950 - Jazz Dance IV
ENLS 3730 - Introduction to African-American Literature
ENLS 4430 - Caribbean Literature
ENLS 4440 - Issues in African-American Literature
FREN 3050 - Literature in Exile
HACR 1110 - Haitian Creole I
HACR 1120 - Intermediate Haitian Creole
HACR 1130 - Haitian Language and Culture I
HACR 2810 - Special Projects
HISU 3440 - African-American Religious History
HISU 3500 - The Civil War and Reconstruction
HISU 3580 - Slavery and Freedom in the Antebellum South
HISU 3690 - African-American History to 1865
HISU 3700 - African-American History, 1865 to the Present
HISU 6540 - African-American Cultural History
HISL 1720 - Introduction to Caribbean History
HISL 3740 - Caribbean Cultural History
HISL 4200 -- History of Voodoo & African-Derived Religions in the Americas
HISL 6750 - Africans in the Americas: Comparative Social and Cultural History of the African Diaspora
HISL 6780 - Readings in Caribbean History
MUSC 3340 - History of Jazz
POLA 4250 - Power and Poverty in America
PORT 6160 – Afro-Brazilian Literature
PSYC 3310 - Introduction to African-American Psychology
PSYC 4610 - Black Youth: Developmental Psychology Perspectives
SOCI 6120 - Race and Ethnic Relations in America
SOCI 6340 - Race in the Americas
SPAN 4160 - Afro-Hispanic Literatures and Cultures

Other Electives

The following courses do not meet the requirements for African or African Diaspora distribution credits, yet may be taken as electives by majors and minors.  Students may also petition to count any African and African Diaspora studies related course currently being offered at Tulane or taken at other universities as part of their own curriculum. Such petitions will be considered by the program director in consultation with the program Executive Committee.

ADST 3100 - Issues in Afro-Atlantic Studies
ADST 3750 - From Community to Stage
ADST 3890 - Service Learning
ADST 4560 - Internship Studies
ADST 4570 – Internship Studies
ADST 4810 - Special Topics in African and African Diaspora Studies
ADST 4820 - Special Topics in African and African Diaspora Studies
ADST 4830 - Service Learning Capstone for ADST
ADST 4910 - Independent Studies
ADST 4920 - Independent Studies
ADST 5110 -  Capstone
COMM 3550 - Third World Cinema
COMM 4300 - Cultural Politics and Film
ENLS 4820 - Colonial and Post-Colonial Discourse
FREN 3040 - African and Caribbean Literature
FREN 3050 - Literature in Exile
FREN 4800 - Survey of Francophone Literature
FREN 4840 - Philosophy, Francophone Literature, and Politics: Imagination and Institutions
FREN 6860 - Francophone Art, Literature, and Politics
HISB 3230 - Atlantic Slave Trade
PORT 6530 - Literatures of the Lusophone World


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