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Global Perspectives-Black Studies

28 credits: eight credits lower-division credits in Black Studies, 12 upper-division credits in Black Studies, and eight advisor-approved credits chosen from courses within the departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; at least 12 credits must be taken in residence at PSU.

Any of the courses listed below can satify a portion of the minor requirements.

Visit the webpage below which fully details the requirements and consult with an advisor.

Courses:
ANTH 319U: Traditional Cultures of Africa (Crosslisted with BST 319U)
ANTH 362U: African Prehistory
BST 306U: African History Since 1800 (Crosslisted with HST 313U)
BST 319U: Traditional Cultures of Africa (Crosslisted with ANTH 319U)
BST 325U: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America
BST 326U: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico
BST 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with ENG 351U)
BST 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with ENG 352U)
BST 353U: African Women in Film
BST 356U: Cuban Film: Politics and Culture
BST 357U: Caribbean Spirituality
BST 362U: African Prehistory
BST 363U: African Cinema and African Cultures
BST 372U: Postcolonial Studies of Africa (Crosslisted with INTL 372U)
BST 377U: Voudon, Rasta and Islam in the Caribbean
BST 384U: African Immigrant Communities in Oregon
BST 406U: Caribbean Overseas Program
BST 414U: Racism
BST 420U: Caribbean Literature
BST 422U: African Fiction
BST 425U: Black Cinema: the 1970s
BST 426U: Contemporary African-American Cinema
BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers
BST 440U: Caribbean Studies
BST 467U: African Development Issues
BST 470U: African Art
ENG 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with BST 351U)
ENG 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with BST 352U)
ENG 353U: African American Literature III
HST 312U: African History Before 1800
HST 313U: African History Since 1800 (Crosslisted with BST 306U)
INTL 372U: Postcolonial Studies of Africa (Crosslisted with BST 372U)
MUS 374U: World Music I: Africa
PS 355U: Intro to African Politics