Graduate Liberal Studies Program

Course Description

GLS 568/PAR 495: Black Intellectual Tradition

Instructor: Samuel Murrell

An interdisciplinary study of the black intellectual tradition in the humanities, social sciences, and the fine arts that spans nearly two centuries, two continents, and many academic disciplines; special emphasis upon African intellectual heritage, Afro-American philosophy of religion, political thought, literature, and social consciousness.

Last Update: February 10, 2008