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AFRICAAM 93: Research Methods in Africana Studies (AFRICAAM 293)

This course introduces research methodologies in Africana Studies. Under the guidance of the Research Fellow in the African and African American Studies Program, students will study the methods that Africana scholars, artists, and activists employ to design and execute research on Africana phenomena. The class will include lectures, close readings of texts, research assignments, and lively discussions. The course materials will feature both foundational and contemporary texts in the field of Black Studies. Our engagement with Africana research methodologies will pose critical questions about interdisciplinary research and cross-disciplinary perspectives with careful attention to intersectionality, cultural competence, and ethics in research. The class will also discuss how Africana thinkers challenge conventional modes of knowledge production and, in so doing, offer critiques and contributions that advance the methodologies of related disciplines. Students will leave the course better prepared to take on the senior thesis capstone project.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-5
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