LiteratureLIT 135C Race Relations: The U.S., South Africa in the Late 19th Century

Focuses on the more prominent theories of biological determinism and on the responses to their theories. In the case of America: the debate over integration versus segregation and on the Pan African movement. In the case of South Africa: the intertwined issues of the institutionalization of segregation and the growth of Afrikaner nationalism. Offered in alternate academic years. Critical approach designations: Geographies, Power and Subjectivities. Distribution requirement: Global.