University of Alabama:
Hip Hop: The Birth and Evolution
This upper level undergraduate seminar explores the key figures and constitutive elements in the glod cultural movement known as Hip Hop.
This course exposes students to the key concepts and thinkers that have shaped the emergence of Black feminist theory.
Black Intellectual Thought
This upper level undergraduate seminar surveys key thinkers and concepts in Black history and politics, paying particular attention to concepts of revolution, freedom, race, and feminism.
Issues and Problems in Women's Studies Research
This qualitative methods course introduces students to qualitive research from a feminist perspective.
Introduction to Women's Studies
This introductory course familiarizes students with key concepts in the fields of gender and feminist studies.
Bringing Wreck: Women, Hip Hop and Feminism
This course is an indepth exploration of the emerging field of Hip Hop Feminism and engage key generational debates in the field of Black feminism.
Black Women Writers: The Emergence of a Tradition.
Department of English and African American Studies. This course chronicles the emergence of the African American Women's Literary Tradition through a critical examination of novels by such writers as Frances Harper, Alice Walker, Nella Larsen, and Toni Morrison.
Introduction to American Studies
This self-designed course explored the historical dynamics related to the construction of American ethnic identities, particularly in regards to race, class, gender, and religion, using both interdisciplinary research methods and texts.
Freshman Composition: Writing as the Practice of Freedom, Department of English
This self-designed course instructs freshman level students to hone their writing skills, master the mechanics of college-level research papers, and refine the ability to write effective thesis statements and make cogent arguments within essays.