AFRI 114 AF - Philosophy of Race: Black Philosophy
This course will introduce African and diaspora approaches to Philosophy of Race from a loosely Hegelian perspective, focusing on the idea of mediated consciousness - seeing oneself through another's eyes. Other themes such as classification and code switching will be examined as will major intersections between race, class, and gender. Film and audio clips will accompany lessons, especially as they pertain to the main theme of mediated consciousness and role for the arts in response to the interruption of historial narrative.
Course Credit: 1.0
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