HistoryHIS 158C Slavery in the Atlantic World: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives

Explores the African diaspora resulting from the transatlantic slave trade, drawing on methodologies from two academic disciplines--history and archaeology. Examines key questions about the slave system, using an array of source materials, both written documents and artifacts.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to history, anthropology, and critical race and ethnic studies majors and minors during first-pass enrollment; open to all students at the start of second-pass enrollment.

Credits

5

General Education Code

PR-E

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Gregory O'Malley

Also offered as

ANTH 179

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to history, anthropology, and critical race and ethnic studies majors and minors during first-pass enrollment; open to all students at the start of second-pass enrollment.