AP/INDG4701 6.0 A: Contesting Racial and Colonial Violence

Offered by: INDG


Fall 2020


Cancelled: Course Delivery





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

The course critically analyzes representations of racial and colonial violence in scholarly and creative literature and media. It also examines how survivors and witnesses contest the effects of racism and colonialism through representation. Course credit exclusion: AP/REI 4701 6.00 (prior to Fall 2013). Previously offered as:AP/MIST 4701 6.00

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