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AMST 251     Black Masculinity in the United States  (4)

This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of constructions of Black masculinity in the United States from the twentieth century through the present. Autobiographical accounts are used to examine historical and current definitions of Black manhood that challenge and reinforce understandings of what it means to be both Black and male.

Women's and Gender Studies

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...in negative constructions of Black female identity. AMST 251 Black Masculinity in the United States...

American Studies

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...of Black female identity. AMST 444 Independent Study...Black female identity. WMST 251 Black Masculinity in...