Ecampus Schedule of Classes - Winter 2023

College of Liberal Arts

HST 372 – African American Religion (4)

Introduces the history of African American religious experience in the United States from the colonial era to the present. Examines African influences on black American religions and flowering of new religious movements among African Americans during the Great Migration. Explores African-American religion in the civil rights and black consciousness movements, and explores in detail the growth of the Nation of Islam during this period. Discusses recent roles of Black religions in contemporary U.S. politics and African American life. CROSSLISTED as HST 372/REL 372. (Bacc Core Course) This course may be subject to Enforced Prerequisites that restrict registration into the course. Check the offerings below for more information.

Course Attributes
Core, Difference/Power/Disc

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL Avail
W23397474004Carter, Y.Online Open201400
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= Signifies that fees may apply to the course.
+ = Include restriction.
- = Exclude restriction.
* = Prereq may be taken prior to or simultaneously with this course.