Graduate Minor in Black Studies
We hope to successfully mentor graduate minors towards the process of fostering systems and methods of scientific inquiry which are more critical, corrective, holistic, ethical, and inclusive. These new paradigms of inquiry are focused on re-examining questions involving the study of “truth”, social variables like race, class, and gender, and Eurocentrism.
The Black Studies Graduate minor may be earned by completing 9 credit hours from the selection of BLST graduate courses, including but not limited to the following:
- BLST 8070 Advanced African American Historiography
- BLST 8080 Special Topics in Black Studies
- BLST 8096 Black Studies Oral History
- BLST 8205 Black Nationalism and Pan Africanism
- BLST 8266 Women of Color Writers
- BLST 8506 Philosophy and Theology of Martin L. King Jr. and Malcolm X
- BLST 8560 Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century
- BLST 8570 Seminar in Black Studies
- BLST 8580 Seminar in Research and Writings of W.E.B. DuBois
- BLST 8706 African Philosophy
- BLST 8886 Seminar on Black Leadership in America
- BLST 8955 Philosophy of Afro-Americans
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