Creolization and the Black Atlantic

This course uses the frame of creolization to make legible the conceptions of identity, home/belonging and cultural production coming out of the Black Atlantic world.

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African American Philosophy

How does the African American experience generate distinctive philosophical engagements with notions such as subjectivity, gender, belonging and home-making, practices of democracy and cultural production.

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Critical Philosophy of Race

Students will be prepared to demonstrate an understanding of the history of racial power, and the contemporary unfolding of racial power, racial inequity and racial oppression.

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DeColonizing the Human

Demonstrate an understanding of the historical and/or contemporary context of colonialism and its legacy in coloniality, with respect to systems of inequity and oppression.

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Introduction to Philosophy

Identify arguments and provide counter-arguments, critically engage with and question your assumptions, and more.

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