The Harlem Renaissance

Study of the social, political, and aesthetic circumstances of the Harlem Renaissance, one of the most important periods in African American life. Focus on constitutive debates and key texts to better understand the origins and aims of the movement and its connection to formal politics and activism. Frequent use of relevant materials in Beinecke Library.

Also AFAM 185

Instructor: 
Undergraduate Course #: 
193
TTh 11:35pm-12:25pm, 1 HTBA
WR, Hu
Spring
New English Distribution: 
20/21 C Lit