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    College of William & Mary
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2012 - 2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Africana Studies

   •  AFST 150 -  Freshman Seminar
   •  AFST 150W -  Freshman Seminar
   •  AFST 205 -  Introduction to Africana Studies
   •  AFST 301 -  Critical Debates in Africana Studies
   •  AFST 302 -  The Idea of Race
   •  AFST 303 -  African American History since Emancipation
   •  AFST 304 -  Introduction to the African Diaspora
   •  AFST 305 -  African Diaspora II
   •  AFST 306 -  Topics in Africana Studies
   •  AFST 307 -  Workshop on Black Expressive Culture
   •  AFST 308 -  West Africa Since 1800
   •  AFST 309 -  African Economic Development
   •  AFST 310 -  Comparative Economic Inequality in Multiracial Societies
   •  AFST 311 -  African American History to Emancipation
   •  AFST 312 -  The Global Color Line: U.S. Civil Rights and South African Anti-Apartheid Politics
   •  AFST 314 -  Labor Markets and Entrepreneurship in a Comparative Prospective
   •  AFST 316 -  African History to 1800
   •  AFST 317 -  African History since 1800
   •  AFST 320 -  Religious Power and Change in Africa and the Black Atlantic World
   •  AFST 330 -  Arts in Africa
   •  AFST 331 -  Jazz
   •  AFST 332 -  Sex, Race, Plays & Films: Dramatizing Diversity
   •  AFST 334 -  History of American Vernacular Dance
   •  AFST 336 -  African American Theatre History I
   •  AFST 337 -  African American Theatre History II
   •  AFST 340 -  Peoples and Cultures of Africa
   •  AFST 341 -  African Ritual and Religious Practice
   •  AFST 344 -  Politics in Africa
   •  AFST 365 -  Early Black American Literature
   •  AFST 366 -  Modern Black American Literature
   •  AFST 386 -  Francophone African Literature II (in English)
   •  AFST 406 -  Advanced Topics in Africana Studies
   •  AFST 414 -  Major African American Women Writers
   •  AFST 417 -  Harlem in Vogue
   •  AFST 425 -  Blacks in American Society
   •  AFST 480 -  Independent Study
   •  AFST 495 -  Senior Honors
   •  AFST 496 -  Senior Honors
   •  AFST 498 -  Internship

American Studies

   •  AMST 150W -  Freshman Seminar.
   •  AMST 201 -  American Popular Culture and Modern America
   •  AMST 202 -  Introduction to American Studies: Cinema and the Modernization of U.S. Culture, 1914-1945
   •  AMST 203 -  Introduction to American Studies: American Medicine: A Social and Cultural History
   •  AMST 204 -  The American Way of War
   •  AMST 205 -  Sexuality In America
   •  AMST 206 -  Black Popular Culture in the Americas: From the Folk to the New Hip Hop
   •  AMST 207 -  Black Movement and Migrations
   •  AMST 208 -  Dis/Ability Studies
   •  AMST 209 -  Interracialism: Race, Literature and the Law
   •  AMST 225 -  Archaeological Field Methods.
   •  AMST 240 -  The History of Modern Dance
   •  AMST 241 -  History of American Vernacular Dance
   •  AMST 271 -  American Popular Music
   •  AMST 273 -  Jazz
   •  AMST 341 -  Artists and Cultures
   •  AMST 343 -  American Ethnic Literature and Culture
   •  AMST 350 -  Topics in American Culture
   •  AMST 370 -  Major Seminar: America and the Americas
   •  AMST 410 -  Williamsburg Documentary Project
   •  AMST 425 -  Advanced Archaeological Field Methods
   •  AMST 445 -  The Making of a Region: Southern Literature and Culture
   •  AMST 470 -  Topics in American Studies
   •  * AMST 480 -  Independent Study
   •  † AMST 495 -  Honors
   •  † AMST 496 -  Honors
   •  † AMST 498 -  Internship

Anthropology

   •  ANTH 150 -  Freshman Seminar
   •  ANTH 150W -  Freshman Seminar
   •  ANTH 201 -  Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 202 -  Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 203 -  Introduction to Biological Anthropology
   •  ANTH 204 -  The Study of Language
   •  ANTH 241 -  Worlds of Music
   •  ANTH 300 -  History of Anthropological Theories
   •  ANTH 301 -  Methods in Archaeology
   •  ANTH 302 -  Ethnographic Research
   •  ANTH 305 -  Comparative Colonial Studies
   •  ANTH 306 -  Women, Gender and Culture
   •  ANTH 307 -  Social Anthropology
   •  ANTH 309 -  Medicine and Culture
   •  ANTH 310 -  Primate Behavior
   •  ANTH 312 -  Comparative Colonial Archaeology
   •  ANTH 314 -  Archaeology of Mesoamerica
   •  ANTH 315 -  Environmental Archaeology
   •  ANTH 319 -  Archaeology of the Near East
   •  ANTH 320 -  Rise and Fall of Civilizations
   •  ANTH 322 -  Archaeology of North America
   •  ANTH 323 -  Indians of North America
   •  ANTH 324 -  Indians of the Southwest
   •  ANTH 325 -  Sun Dance People
   •  ANTH 329 -  Native History and the Colonial Encounter
   •  ANTH 330 -  Caribbean Cultures
   •  ANTH 335 -  Peoples and Cultures of Africa
   •  ANTH 336 -  African Cultural Economies
   •  ANTH 337 -  African Ritual and Religious Practice
   •  ANTH 338 -  Native Cultures of Latin America
   •  ANTH 342 -  Peoples and Cultures of East Asia
   •  ANTH 347 -  Japanese Society
   •  ANTH 348 -  Japanese Values Through Literature and Film
   •  ANTH 349 -  Contemporary Issues in Japanese Society
 

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