New Summer AASP Course! Special Topics in Africa and the Americas: Introduction to Social Inequality in South Africa
Interested in learning about race & inequality outside the U.S.? Seeking to develop analytical and comparative skills in policy and cultural analysis?
Register now for AASP 468V and you’ll have the opportunity this summer to learn about topics such as
• Dimensions of social inequality in Black diaspora contexts, including race, gender, class, sexuality, ethnicity, language, religion, geographic location.
• Current issues and events like access to higher education, social movements, and unemployment
• An overview of colonial- and apartheid-era South Africa and its implications for post Apartheid South Africa
• Fundamental shifts in the country’s politics including the restructuring of the economy and other changes aimed at addressing Apartheid patterns of ownership, wealth and income inequality.
Credits: 3 When: Tues, Wed, Thurs (12:30 – 2:50pm) Where: Tydings 0111
**Films, multimedia presentations, fieldtrips, and guest speakers included in content of course**
**For more info contact the course instructor, Vusi Dlamini via email at firstname.lastname@example.org**