ANTH 3610 3.0/HUMA 3365 3.0A African Oral Tradition
Course Description This course introduces students to aspects of the traditional cultures of Africa. Drawing upon historical and contemporary examples, the course examines the particular features of verbal art as performance and the social functions it serves in everyday social contexts.
Reserved Spaces: Spaces reserved for Humanities & African Studies Majors & Minors
Course credit exclusion: Prior to Fall 2009: AS/HUMA 3365 3.00
ANTH 3620 3.0/HUMA 3664 3.00 The Oral Tradition in Caribbean Culture
Course Description This course introduces students to traditional oral cultures of the African-Caribbean diaspora. Adapting an ethnographic approach, the course focuses on the culture's African origins, its evolution in the Caribbean nations, and its subsequent transplantation to urban contexts such as Toronto.
Course credit exclusions: Prior to 2009: AS/HUMA 3664 3.0
ANTH 3640 6.0/HIST 3736 6.0A - Indigenous Struggles in the Andes
Course Description Introduces students to the history of the indigenous peoples of the Andean region of South America, which includes Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, from the conquest of the Inca empire by the Spanish up to the present day.
Course credit exclusions: AP/HIST 3736 6.00 (prior to Fall 2013). Prior to 2009: AS/HIST 3736 6.00