Spring 2013

African American Music  William Lanter
African American Studies 300:2C T/Th 11-12:15

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Black Image: Screen and TV
    Theodore R. Foster
African American Studies 310:2B T/Th 9:30-10:45
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Introduction to Peace Studies  
Mallory Messersmith
Anthropology 104:2H T/Th 6:30-7:45
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Archaeology of Alabama and the Southeast
   Lauren Downs
Anthropology 355:VT F 10:15 -12:30

Soul Food and the African Diaspora     Peggy Brunache
Anthropology 497/697:QL

Media and Public Service  
Michele Forman
Digital Community Studies/History: 450/650 T/Th 12:30-1:45
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20th C. African-American Women’s Literature
    Patricia Coloma Penate
English 424/592:7P W 5-7:30       
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America in the Sixties
   Karen Utz
History 292:4V MW 5:30-6:45     

The Modern South since 1945 
  Robert Corley
History 415:2E T/Th 2-3:15           
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Race Matters: African Americans in the Industrial Age 
Robert Jefferson
History 489:2D T/Th 12:30-1:45
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Race, Class, and Politics: Birmingham, AL
  Robert Corley
History 621:7Q TH 5:30-8
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Today's Journalism, Activism and 1963    Rick Journey
Mass Communications 493-91 Th 5:00-7:30

Civil Rights and Liberties    Cole D. Taratoot
Political Science 395:2F   T/Th 3:30-4:45
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Summer 2013
Cynthia Ryan and Cathleen Cummings will lead a Study Away to India: Pathways to Peace : Pilgrimage, Sacred Spaces, and Gandhi’s Message of Nonviolent  Resistance in India’s Road to IndependenceClick here for trip itinerary.
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UAB Civil Rights Commemoration Related Courses


Several departments and programs in the College of Arts and Sciences will offer courses related to the Civil Rights Movement throughout 2013. 

Fall 2013

Art History


Image of Forman and Dallow, linked to video course description.
Race and Representation
Michele Forman/Jessica Dallow
Digital Community Studies 490/Art History 468/568:2E, T/Th 2-3:15

Digital Community Studies


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Race and Representation
Michele Forman/Jessica Dallow
Digital Community Studies 490/Art History 468/568:2E, T/Th 2-3:15


English


American Literature, 1870-1914: The African American Novel & the Nadir
Melissa Daniels
EH 658:9I, Th 5-7:30

The Harlem Renaissance

Jessie Dunbar
English 468/568: 1E, M/W/F 12:20-1:10

History


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American Civil War
Harriet Amos Doss
History 412:2D, T/Th 12:30-1:45



Image of Harriet Doss, linked to video course description.American Civil War Seminar
Harriet Amos Doss
History 621:7J, T 5:30-8




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Apartheid Caught on Camera: U.S. and South Africa
Robert Jefferson/Pamela King
History 389:9H, T 5:00-7:30



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History of Birmingham
Robert Corley
History 226/392:1B, M/W/F 9:05-9:55



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In-Between People: Racial Identity

Robert Jefferson
History 634:7H, M 5:30-8



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KKK and US Political Extremism
Glenn Feldman
History 448:1C, M/W/F 10:10-11



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Mansions, Mines, and Jim Crow
Pamela King
History 326:2B, T/Th 2-3:15



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Modern Civil Rights
Robert Jefferson
History 289:2B, T/Th 9:30-10:45



Image of Robert Corley, linked to video course description.
Recent America: 1945-Present
Robert Corley
History 420:1D, M/W/F 11:15-12:05


Music


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American Gospel Music
Kevin Turner
Music 461/561:1D/AAS 250, M/W/F 11:15-12:05


Political Science


Image of Angela Lewis.Politics of Race in America
Angela Lewis
PSC 318:2C, T/TH 11-12:15

This video of Dr. Angela Lewis gives viewers an example of the material that will appear in her class.

Sociology


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Race and Ethnic Relations
Gail Wallace
Sociology 250, M/W/F 2:30-3:20

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