AM 342 – Black Feminist Thoughts (3)
WF, 12:20-1:40 | TLC 308 | Winston Grady-Willis
This course provides perspectives on the development and materialization of Black American feminist thoughts within historical, social, political, and cultural contexts. Interdisciplinary in focus, it surveys feminist politics and theories through films, popular culture, manifestoes, literary texts, theoretical, and historical essays. In addition, the course will address how concepts of black feminism and black womanhood overlap and diverge in accordance with the modes of representation used to articulate them.
SYLLABUS (coming in the Fall)