Bridget Teboh faculty profile pic

Bridget Teboh

Professor

History

508-999-8172

508-999-8809

dvgdqjBwocuuf0gfw

Liberal Arts 311

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

An introduction to the principal concepts and methods of Afrocentric scholarship. Topics include the social, political, aesthetic, and economic experiences of Black people in America and throughout the world. Students will develop their academic research, critical reading & writing, and oral presentation.

An introduction to the principal concepts and methods of Afrocentric scholarship. Topics include the social, political, aesthetic, and economic experiences of Black people in America and throughout the world. Students will develop their academic research, critical reading & writing, and oral presentation.

An introduction to the principal concepts and methods of Afrocentric scholarship. Topics include the social, political, aesthetic, and economic experiences of Black people in America and throughout the world. Students will develop their academic research, critical reading & writing, and oral presentation.

A critical analysis of selected topics or issues in American history which are not otherwise offered in the standard catalogue courses.

This course will deal with a variety of topics from Russian, European, and American history. One specific topic, e.g. the Russian Revolution, will be taught in any semester.

Request edits to your profile