Notes: The following courses cover Africa to varying degrees, from 25% to 100%



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Africa-Related Course Offerings for Winter 2012

NOTES: The following courses cover Africa to varying degrees, from 25% to 100%.

Cross-listed courses are listed under both or all departments in which they are offered.

FY= First Year

Table 1: courses offered through LSA course guide


Course /Sec

Title

Hrs

Instructor

Arabic, Armenian, Persian, Turkish, Islamic Studies (AAPTIS)

291.002

Islam in Africa

3

Ware

531.001

Reading Modern Arab Authors in Arabic

3

Shamas

Afro-American and Africa Studies (DAAS)

103.002

FY Social Science Seminar: Population, Health, and Development

3

Fadlalla

103.004

FY Social Science Seminar: Reading Africa: Critical Perspectives on Popular Development Books

3

Stein

103.005

FY Social Science Seminar: South Africa

3

Ashforth

104.001

FY Humanities Seminar: Migrations in 20th Century Black Literature and Culture

3

Santamarina

104.002

FY Humanities Seminar: Introduction to Caribbean Studies: More than a Beach

3

Goodison

111.001

Introduction to Africa and its Diaspora

4

Gunning and Johnson

116.001

Elementary Swahili II

4

Mpesha

116.002

Elementary Swahili II

4

Mpesha

126.001

Elementary African Languages II: Akan

4

Mpesha

126.002

Elementary African Languages II: Bamana

4

Mpesha

126.003

Elementary African Languages II: Wolof

4

Mpesha

126.004

Elementary African Languages II: Zulu

4

Mpesha

200.002

Introduction to African Studies

3

Adunbi

201.001

Introduction to Afro-American Studies

3

Gaines

202.001

Introduction to Afro-Caribbean Studies

3

Turits

206.001

Issues in African Studies: Performance and Power in Africa

3

Ampene

211.001

Dynamics of the Black Diaspora

3

Scott

216.001

Intermediate Swahili II

4

Mpesha

224.001

African Visual Cultures: Akan/Kongo/Yoruba

3

Doris

226.002

Intermediate African Languages II: Bamana

4

?

231.001

Survey of Afro-American History II

3

Gaines

247.001

Modern Africa

4

Hunt

304.001

Gender and Immigration: Identity, Race, and Place

3

Fadlalla

316.001

Advanced Swahili II

4

Mpesha

324.001

Dealing with the Past and Doing Justice in Africa: South Africa, Rwanda, Sierra Leone

3

Henry

346.001

Literature in African History

3

Peterson

358.001

Topics in Black World Studies: Africanist Dance Traditions: from Minstrelsy to Hip Hop

3

Wilson

358.003

Topics in Black World Studies: The Cultures of Portuguese-Speaking Africa

3

Arenas

358.005

Topics in Black World Studies: Gods and Cities, Urban Religion in Africa and the African Diaspora

3

Osinulu

358.006

Topics in Black World Studies: Examining Revolution, Its Aftermath, and Theories of Social Change

3

Partridge

359.001

African Politics

4

Pitcher

362.001

Expressive Cultures of the Black Atlantic: Vision and Time

3

Doris

381.001

Intersections: Fictions and Feminisms of the African Diaspora

3

Sweeney

390.001

Homophobia in the Black World

3

Haniff

394.001

Junior Seminar: Professional Writing

4

Miles

403.001

Education and Development in Africa

3

Hill

409.001

Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa

3

Renne

422.001

African Culture

3

Owusu

432.001

Violent Environments: Oil, Development, and the Discourse of Power

3

Adunbi

440.001

African Cinema

3

Ekotto

458.004

Issues in Black World Studies: Health and African Development

3

Stein

458.006

Issues in Black World Studies:

3

Doris

458.009

Issues in Black World Studies: The Politics and Culture of Fair Trade

3

Partridge

468.001

Practicum in Field Studies in the Diaspora

3

Haniff

469.001

Issues in Field Studies in the Diaspora: Preparation for Activism and Assessment in the Field

3

Haniff

480.001

Visual Culture as History in Africa

3

Silverman

490.001

Special Topics in Black World Studies: Soul Power: Youth Culture and Resistance in the African Diaspora

2

Ford

490.002

Special Topics in Black World Studies: Examining Apartheid and its Aftermath in South Africa

2

Partridge

495.001

Senior Seminar: Aids in Africa

4

Ashforth

495.002

Senior Seminar: The World of Zora Neale Hurston

4

Ellsworth

497.001

Party Politics and Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa

3

Pitcher

526.001

Elementary African Language II: Akan

4

Mpesha

526.002

Elementary African Language II: Bamana

4

Mpesha

526.003

Elementary African Language II: Wolof

4

Mpesha

525.004

Elementary African Language II: Zulu

4

Mpesha

525.006

Elementary African Language II: Swahili

4

Mpesha

600.002

Proseminar: Interdisciplinary Approaches to African Studies

3

Murray

629.001

Studies in African History

3

Ware

662.001

Health and Socioeconomic Development

3

Stein

Ancient Civilizations and Biblical Studies (ACABS)

587.001

Selected Topics in Ancient Egyptian History and Culture: History: Exhibiting the Ancients

3

Richards


American Culture (AMCULT)

103.001

FY Seminar: Migrations in Black Literature and Culture

3

Santamarina

Anthropology: Archaeology (ANTHARCH)

180.001

FY Seminar in Anthropological Archaeology: Madagascar, Ancient to Post-Modern

3

Wright

Anthropology: Biological (ANTHRBIO)

467.001

Human Behavioral Ecology

4

Strassmann

Anthropology: Socio-cultural and linguistics (ANTHRCUL)

212.001

The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

4

Wyrod

331.001

Kinship, Social Organization, and Society

4

Akin

356.002

Topics in Socio-cultural Anthropology: Examining Revolution, Its Aftermath, and Theories of Social Change

3

Partridge

408.001

Maternal/Child Health and Environmental Pollution in Africa

3

Renne

409.001

Peoples and Cultures of the Near East and North Africa

3

Shryock

411.001

African Culture

3

Owusu

439.001

Economic Anthropology and Development

3

Owusu

4445.001

Cultural Anthropology Mini-course: Examining Apartheid and its Aftermath in South Africa

2

Partridge

632.001

Comparative Analysis of Kinship

3

Feeley-Harnik and Trautmann

Asian Studies (ASIAN)

374.001

Korean War in Transnational Literature

3

Ryu

Comparative Literature (COMPLIT)

350.001

The Text and its Cultural Context: Francophone Literature of the Caribbean

3

Clej

Dance (DANCE)

262.001

Congolese Dance I

1

Biza

348.001

Africanist Traditions

3

Wilson

Economics (ECON)

195.001

Seminar in Introductory Economics: Capitalism, Slavery, and Consequences

3

Whatley

English Language and Literature (ENGLISH)

380.001

Intersections: Fictions and Feminisms of the African Diaspora

3

Sweeney

389.001

Literature in African History

3

Peterson

475.001

Studies in World Literatures in English: Global Bestsellers

3

Wenzel

549.002

Contemporary Literature: Global Bestsellers

3

Wenzel

Epidemiology (EPID)

661.001

Health and Socioeconomic Development

3

Stein

French and Francophone Literature and Culture (FRENCH)

270.005

France’s Orient

3

Hayes

444.001

Reading Sub-Saharan African Literature and Cinema (in English Translation)

3

Ekotto

History of Art (HISTART)

224.001

African Visual Cultures: Akan/Kongo/Yoruba

3

Doris

362.001

Expressive Cultures of the Black Atlantic: Vision and Time

3

Doris

408.001

Visual Culture as History in Africa

3

Silverman

History (HIST)

247.001

Modern Africa

4

Hunt

275.001

Survey of Afro-American History II

3

Gaines

357.001

Topics in African History: Islam in Africa

3

Ware

362.001

Literature in African History

3

Peterson

390.001

Topics Mini-Course: The Arab Uprising in the Middle East and North Africa

1

Randolph

397.005

History Colloquium: Slavery, Freedom, and Race in the Age of Revolution

4

Scott

497.001

Technology, Colonialism, and Development: Modern Africa

3

Hecht

629.001

Studies in African History

3

Ware

Honors Program (HONORS)

250.001

Honors Social Sciences Seminar: Capitalism, Slavery, and Consequences

3

Whatley

Nursing (NURS)

225.001

The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

4

Wyrod

Political Science (POLSCI)

140.001

Introduction to Comparative Politics

4

Clark

359.001

African Politics

4

Pitcher

458.001

Party Politics and Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa

3

Pitcher

682.001

Democratization in Global Perspectives

3

Inglehart

Portuguese Language and Literatures (PORTUG)

102.001

Elementary Portuguese

4

Fedrigo

Residential College (RC) Core Courses (RCCORE)

309.01

Study Off-Campus: French Service Learning

2

Butler-Borruat

334.004

Special Topics: Gods and Cities, Urban Religion in Africa and the African Diaspora

3

Osinulu

Residential College (RC) Humanities (RCHUMS)

334.003

Special Topics in the Humanities: Arts in Cultural Contexts

3

Andre

Residential College (RC) Social Sciences (RCSSCI)

354.001

Nonviolence in Action

4

Fox

488.001

Technology, Colonialism, and Development: Modern Africa

3

Hecht

Screen Arts and Culture (SAC)

440.001

African Cinema

3

Ekotto

Spanish Language and Literatures (SPANISH)

430.001

Advanced Studies in Hispanic Culture and Society: Spanish Colonialisms in Africa

3

Calderwood

Women’s Studies (WOMENSTD)

212.001

The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

4

Wyrod

304.001

Gender and Immigration: Identity, Race, and Place

3

Fadlalla

390.001

Homophobia in the Black World

3

Haniff

Table 2: courses offered (not in LSA course guide)

School of Public Health

EHS 502

Environmental Health in Developing Areas

3

Nriagu

HMP 624

Health Policy Challenges in Developing Countries

3

Laren

HBEHED 550

The Challenge of HIV/AIDS: Strengthening Health Systems in Resource-Poor Settings

3

Snow

HBEHED 603

Population Change: Gender, Family, and Fertility in Africa and Asia

3

Snow




Table 3: Study Abroad Courses/Course Components in Africa

Study Abroad (STDABRD) and Center for Global and Intercultural Studies (CGIS)

307.001

CGIS: American University in Cairo (AUC) in New Cairo, Egypt

1-18




310.001

CGIS: French and African Studies in Western Africa Program in Dakar, Senegal

12




AAS 358.006

CGIS: Global Course Connections (GCC) course in Johannesburg and Cape Town: Examining Apartheid and its Aftermath in South Africa

3

Partridge

Micro 407 or Bio 207

CGIS: Global Course Connections (GCC) in Lusaka, Zambia: Global Impact of Microbes: Fieldwork




Fuller

AAS 469.001

CGIS: Global Course Connections (GCC): Pedagogy of Action in South Africa (Durban, Johannesburg

3

Haniff

487.001

CGIS: University of Cape Town (UCT) in Cape Town, South Africa

12




488.001

U-M at University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa

12




Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates (GIEU)




Gabon: Learning and Experiencing Francophone African cultures in Gabon: Libreville, Lambaréné, and Oyem




Nganka




Kenya: Teaching Technology in Kenya, part 2




Ransom and Nwongase




Liberia: Sustainable Development in post-Conflict Countries: Educating and Empowering the Next generation of Engineers and Agriculturalists in Liberia to advance their country toward prosperity




Cotel & Wright




Ghana: Collaboration with Manhyia Palace in Kumasi (Ghana) to Digitize and Archive 12 Years of Video Documentation of Festivals, Rituals, and Court Ceremonies




Ampene & Bray




Tanzania: The Power of Language: Folklore’s Portrayal of Disability in Tanzania




Mpesha

International Programs in Engineering (IPE)

ME 450 or ENGNR 450

Ghana Internship: Design for Maternal Health







Graham Institute for Environmental Sustainability place-based courses




Conservation and Development in Cultural Landscapes: Fieldwork in Kenya




Butt

Art and Design Abroad (ADABRD)

310.002

In the Center of the World: Community Engagement in Ghana

3




Global Reach program of the Medical School




Clinical Elective at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana










Clinical Elective at University of Ghana Medical School in Accra, Ghana












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