AFST 250A Introduction to African Studies Instructor: Dr. Kofi (Justice) Gbolonya No pre-requisites
AFST 308 The Languages of Africa - Linguistic survey of the languages of Africa, including typological and historical connections between languages, individual and comparative surveys of sound systems, word structures, sentence structures, semantics, and sociolinguistic properties of a representative selection of languages. (cross listed with LING 308)
AFST 351A Perspectives in African Studies: Literary and Theoretical Approaches Instructor: Deena Dinat Co-requisite: AFST 250 AFST 352A Perspectives in African Studies: A Social Science Approach Instructor: Dr. Kofi (Justice) Gbolonya Co-requisite: AFST 250
AFST 370A Literatures and Cultures of Africa and/or the Middle East - LIT CULT AFRC ME Instructor: Suzanne James Pre-requisite: 3rd year standing and 3 credits of English, ARST 1, ASTU or WRDS 150
AFST 410 Seminar in African Art - Key debates in the art of Africa and the African diaspora.
AFST 450R African Diasporic culture in African Canadian communities Instructor: Adam Rudder, Co-chair of the Hogan's Alley Memorial Project, Vancouver No pre-requisites
ANTH 308 Ethnography of Sub-Saharan Africa- An exploration of ethnographic, topical, and theoretical issues.
ENGL 370 Woman Who Refuse to Keep Quiet: Fiction by African Women Instructor: Suzanne James Pre-requisite: 3rd year standing and 3 credits of English, ARST 1, ASTU or WRDS 150
ARTH 410 - Seminar African Art Key debates in the art of Africa and the African diaspora
GRSJ 311 African/Black Women in the AmericasAn interdisciplinary survey of gender studies and histories of African/Black women in the Americas from the beginning of the slave trade to the present.
Other Courses Exploring components of global and African History/politics