Class Schedule

Click the links to see section information for Spring semester 2013 classes.

    AAS 170/HIS170

    ‣ Introduction to African History
    Section 1
    SALAU, MOHAMMED BASHIR
    Date and time:M W F 09:00 AM - 09:5 0AM
    Location: Bishop Room 105, Oxford

    AAS 201

    ‣ The African American Experience I
    Section 1
    COOPER OWENS, EDWARD BRYAN
    Date and time: M W F 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
    Location: Barnard Observatory Room 105, Oxford

    Section 2
    COOPER OWENS, EDWARD BRYAN
    Date and time:M W F 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
    Location: Bishop Room 105, Oxford

    Section 3
    COOPER OWENS, EDWARD BRYAN
    Date and time:T TH 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Location: Turner Room 241, Oxford

    Section 4
    COOPER OWENS, EDWARD BRYAN
    Date and time:T TH 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM
    Location: Shoemaker Room 303, Oxford

    AAS 308

    ‣ Politics of Civil Liberties
    Section 1
    RICE, DOUGLAS RALPH
    Date and time:T TH 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
    Location: Bishop Room 105, Oxford

     

     

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    AAS 201

    ‣ The African American Experience I
    Section 1
    JOHNSON, KIRK ANTHONY
    Date and time: T TH 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM
    Location: Bishop Room 108, Oxford

    Section 2
    COOPER-OWENS, BRYAN
    Date and time: M W F 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Location: Bishop Room 112, Oxford

    Section 3
    HOBSON, MAURICE
    Date and time: T TH 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Location: Bishop Room 103, Oxford

    AAS 302

    ‣ Judicial System and the African American Experience
    Course Details
    Description: An examination of the historical and contemporary relationships and interactions between the black population and the legal system in America. Concepts covered will include considerations of definitions of criminal conduct, societal responses to minority pressures and demands for justice, as well as intergroup relations between nondominant ethnic groups and enforcement components of society.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Instruction Type(s): Lecture: Traditional

    AAS 322

    ‣ Race, Gender, Science in Early America
    Course Details
    Description: This course examines conceptions and experiences of "gendered racial health" from the colonial period through Reconstruction.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Instruction Type(s): Lecture: Traditional

    AAS 325

    ‣ African American History to 1865 (note: cross-listed as HIS 307)
    Section 1
    Teacher: unavailable
    Date and time: M W F 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
    Location: Bishop Room 101, Oxford

    Section 2
    HOBSON, MAURICE
    Date and time: T TH 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM
    Location: Barnard Observatory Room 105, Oxford

    AAS 326

    ‣ African American History Since 1865
    Course Details
    Description: A survey of the history of black Americans from the Civil War to the present, emphasizing the role of black leaders, the struggle against oppression, and the evolution of race relations.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Instruction Type(s): Lecture: Traditional

    AAS 337

    ‣ Anthropology of Blues Culture (note: cross-listed as ANTH 337)
    Web section 1: Booneville students only
    BARRETTA, SCOTT MARTIN

    Section 1
    FRANKS, WILLIAM M.
    Date and time: W 06:00 PM - 08:45 PM
    Location: classroom unavailable, Desoto

    Web section 1: Desoto students only
    BARRETTA, SCOTT MARTIN

    Web section 1: Grenada students only
    BARRETTA, SCOTT MARTIN

    Web section 1: Oxford students only
    BARRETTA, SCOTT MARTIN

    Web section 1: Tupelo students only
    BARRETTA, SCOTT MARTIN

    Section 1
    FRANKS, WILLIAM M.
    Date and time: W 06:00 PM - 08:45 PM
    Location: classroom unavailable, Tupelo

    AAS 341

    ‣ African American Literary Tradition I Begin to 1920 (note: cross-listed as Engl 322)
    Section 1
    YOUNG-MINOR, ETHEL
    Date and time: T TH 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Location: Bryant Room 111, Oxford

    AAS 350

    ‣ Topics in African American Studies
    Section 1
    SCOTT, JESSE J
    Date and time: W 03:00 PM - 06:00 PM
    Location: Longstreet Room 110 (Conference), Oxford

    AAS 386

    ‣ African and African American Arts
    Course Details
    Description: Interdisciplinary approach to the continuities between traditional and contemporary African and African American arts, with emphasis on architecture, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, basketry, jewelry, dance, and music.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)

    AAS 413

    ‣ Race and Ethnicity
    Course Details
    Description: Economic, political, cultural, and historical dimensions of contemporary racial and ethnic relations in both U.S. and international contents.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Pre-requisites: Soc 101: Introductory Sociology I (Minimum grade: D)
    Instruction Type(s): Seminar: Traditional

    AAS 420

    ‣ Major African American Writers
    Course Details
    Description: A comparative look at the development and impact of major African American writers.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Instruction Type(s): Seminar: Traditional

    AAS 443

    ‣ The Civil Rights Era (note: cross-listed as His 329)
    Section 1
    EAGLES, CHARLES W
    Date and time: M W F 09:00 AM - 09:50 AM
    Location: Bishop Room 112, Oxford

    AAS 498

    ‣ African American Studies Directed Study
    Course Details
    Description: Individual study of an issue or topic in an area of specialization where the student has demonstrated the interest and competence necessary for independent research. The issue topic must be selected in conference with appropriate faculty.
    Credits: 3 Credit(s)
    Instruction Type(s): Independent Study: Traditional