CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2011
Registration IDRELGH330B01
Course TitleSeminar in the Writings of Women of African Descent
Credit1.0
DepartmentAfrican and Africana Studies
InstructorTracey Hucks
Time And DaysM 1:30-4:00
Room LocationMorley Room
Additional Course InfoHU III Limit:15
Enrollment limited to 15 students.
This seminar will examine the writings of women of African descent from Africa, North America, and the Caribbean. Using primary and secondary texts from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries, this course will explore the various religious traditions, denominations, sects, and religious and cultural movements in which women of African descent have historically participated. The course will also analyze the ways in which specific social conditions and cultural practices have historically influenced the lives of these women within their specific geographical contexts.
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Departmental Homepage
Tracey Hucks Webpage


CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2011
Registration IDRELGH330B01
Course TitleSeminar in the Writings of Women of African Descent
Credit1.0
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorTracey Hucks
Time And DaysM 1:30-4:00
Room LocationMorley Room
Additional Course InfoHU III Limit:15
Enrollment limited to 15 students.
This seminar will examine the writings of women of African descent from Africa, North America, and the Caribbean. Using primary and secondary texts from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries, this course will explore the various religious traditions, denominations, sects, and religious and cultural movements in which women of African descent have historically participated. The course will also analyze the ways in which specific social conditions and cultural practices have historically influenced the lives of these women within their specific geographical contexts.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage
Tracey Hucks Webpage


CampusHaverford
SemesterSpring_2011
Registration IDRELGH330B01
Course TitleSeminar in the Writings of Women of African Descent
Credit1.0
DepartmentReligion
InstructorTracey Hucks
Time And DaysM 1:30-4:00
Room LocationMorley Room
Additional Course InfoHU III Limit:15
Enrollment limited to 15 students.
This seminar will examine the writings of women of African descent from Africa, North America, and the Caribbean. Using primary and secondary texts from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries, this course will explore the various religious traditions, denominations, sects, and religious and cultural movements in which women of African descent have historically participated. The course will also analyze the ways in which specific social conditions and cultural practices have historically influenced the lives of these women within their specific geographical contexts.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage
Tracey Hucks Webpage



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