Construction and Deconstruction of Racial Identity in the US University of Bordeaux
This course is one of two modules within the course "Identity, Memoryand Postcolonial Societies" that covers critical aspects of identityand memory in the United States and the Caribbean from ananthropological perspective. It is aimed at students studying for theMA in Culture, Politics, and Society.
- Students must have completed Year 1 of a Master's degree in HumanSciences or Humanities. - Incoming students from a partnered American University who arestudying at the Bachelor level may follow this course.
>The 12-hour module covers both the history of the United States andof anthropology as a discipline in order to provide an overview of keystages of the construction and deconstruction of the "race" conceptand racial identity. > It also explores how African American narratives have contributed torewriting their identity, and the collective memory of slavery. > English language support will also be provided in this course.
- Lectures. - Self-study (classwork preparation).
Online Course Requirement
Duration: Spring SemesterLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Christine Larrazet firstname.lastname@example.org Dorothée Ben Raal email@example.com