Bridget Teboh

Professor

History

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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.

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 culture, history and civilizations of the African continent, with special emphasis on sub-Saharan Africa. This one-semester survey is designed to acquaint the student with the principal themes of African history and development from prehistoric to modern times.

A study of selected readings dealing with a special topic chosen by the instructor. Recent special topics include New England Literature, Children's Literature, the Artist in Literature, Black Music, and Black Literature. May be repeated with change of content. Cross-listed as BLS 200; LST 200.

Survey of Africa's modern history, beginning especially after 1800. It looks at the beginnings and expansions of European and African-American settlements there, the Zulu and Islamic Revolutions, the conquest and colonization of Africa, and post-colonial developments.

Survey of Africa's modern history, beginning especially after 1800. It looks at the beginnings and expansions of European and African-American settlements there, the Zulu and Islamic Revolutions, the conquest and colonization of Africa, and post-colonial developments.

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

Advanced-level course for students with a background in African history. Topics will vary from year to year and may be repeated with change of content. Research papers will be required. Cross-listed as BLS 391 and LST 391.

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