Below is a list of courses being offered by the Pan African Studies Department next quarter.
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Elementary Igbo (PAS 120) (General Education Class, Block C3) MW 9:50-11:30AM Professor: Jonathan Nwomonoh
Race and Ethnicity in American Society (PAS180) (General Education Class, Block D)
TR 9:50-11:30AM (01) Professor: Aminah Abdul-Jabbaar
TR 11:40AM-1:20PM (02) Professor: Penni Wilson
Third World Images in Film (PAS 260) (General Education Class, Block C2) T 6:10-10:00PM Professor: CRD Halisi
Ethnicity and Emotions in US Film (PAS 327) (Upper Division Theme E, Cross-listed with ENGL and CHS) TR 11:40AM-1:20PM Professor: Aminah Abdul Jabbaar
Class, Race, and Gender (PAS 348-01 and 02) (Upper Division Theme H, Cross-listed with AAAS, CHS and SOC)
MW 11:40AM-1:20PM (01) Professor: Msia Kibona Clark
MW 4:20-6:00PM (02) Professor: Staci Mitchell
Professor Aminah Bakeer Abdul-Jabbaar
Dr. C.R.D. Halisi
Race, Activism & Emotions (PAS 369-01 and 02) (Upper Division Theme E [Emotions])
MW 9:50-11:30AM (01) Professor: Msia Kibona Clark
TR 1:30-3:10PM (02) Professor: CRD Halisi
The Black Intellectual Tradition (PAS 403) R 6:10PM-10:00PM Professor: CRD Halisi
The Black Family (PAS 404) W 6:10-10:00PM Professor: Gyamfi
Black Women Leaders in Thought and Politics (PAS 406) MW 1:30-3:10PM Professor: Msia Kibona Clark
African American Music as History and Criticism (PAS 421) TR 4:20-6:00PM Professor: James Ford
ANTH, HIST, LBS, SOC, SW, and ULRN majors may earn credit towards their majors for up to two courses within PAS. Please see your faculty advisor for additional details.
In the past, COMM, ENGL, MUS, POLS, and PSY majors have earned major credit for PAS courses by petitioning for course substitution.