AFST 3210 African Religion and Culture in the New World

3 hours; 3 credits

African religious and philosophical beliefs as they have shaped cultural practices, language, social organization, material culture, music, visual arts, and religion of African people in the diaspora. Considers reinterpreted African cultural practices in African American, Caribbean, and Latin American societies. Historical and contemporary patterns of creolization. (Not open to students who have completed Africana Studies 14.)


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