HISG 5730 - Seminar in Race and Public History: A View from the Diaspora (3)
An examination of different ways in which individuals and institutions within indigenous cultures are attempting to understand and reconcile the contested terrains of their historical past within the sensitivity of their own time and culture. Part of the course will examine African American efforts in the United States. A second part is reserved for exploration of historical agency in Africa and the Caribbean.
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