Black Women, Black Freedom

ARTHIST 643S.01

Examination of struggles for freedom, from nineteenth century through twenty-first, particularly through the lives of black women. Drawing on women s history, literature, art, performance and critical theory, students interrogate meaning of various freedoms, including civic and sexual. Objective is to discern a working definition for black freedom by centering women in struggles for black liberation. Instructor: Cobb

Class Room 1: 
Friedl Bdg 240
Instructor: 
Cobb, Jasmine
FDS Uid: 
18 783
Semester Year: 
Spring 2016
Course Year: 
2016