U.S. Social Movements and Institutions: The Legacy of Lynching: Landscapes of Race and Place

AMST-A 201 — Fall 2019 — Themester

Days and Times
11:15 A.M.-12:30 P.M. TR
Course Description

Pulling from a range of fields and disciplines including history, criminal justice, sociology, literature, visual arts, gender studies, geography, and theater and drama, this course is properly situated as a challenging exploration to learn the difficult, the ugly, and the profane of U.S. lynching history in order to better understand the complexities of United States history and the calls for a democratic and just society.

Instructor: Rasul Mowatt

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