Global Black Radicalism

AFRI 0670 S01 [CRN: 16998]

The decade from the mid-Sixties until the mid-Seventies witnessed the rise of Black Radicalism as a global phenomenon. The emergence of Black Power in the US, Brazil and the Caribbean, the consolidation of liberation struggles in Portuguese Africa and the rise of a Black Consciousness trend in Apartheid South Africa all represent key moments. What led young activists to embrace “Black Power?” What led to the emergence of Marxist movements in Portuguese Africa? What events in the Caribbean gave ascendancy to radical tendencies? And what forces contributed to the decline of these movements? This course seeks to answer these questions.
Term
Fall 2020
Credit Hours
1
Maximum Enrollment
19
Course Attributes
Sophomore Seminar
Primary Instructor
Primary Instructor
Meetings
16:00 - 18:30 Thu - from Sep 9, 2020 to Dec 11, 2020