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HUMA 213 Afro-Futurism: Pathways to Liberation


Afro-Futurism provides artistic methods for the exploration of Black liberation. The creative ability to manifest transformation has been essential to the survival of Blacks in the Diaspora. This course considers what Blackness and liberation could look like in the future, real or imagined. It is rooted African cosmologies, using pieces of the past, technological and analog, to build the future. Themes include: identity; hybridity; alien and alienation; belonging, immigration, and migration; and the vessel–corporeal and metaphoric–as vehicle of liberation.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 51-2216
HU PL
Prerequisites ENGL 109 Writing and Rhetoric I Stretch B  or ENGL 111 Writing and Rhetoric I  or ENGL 111H Writing and Rhetoric I: Honors  or ENGL 121 International Writing and Rhetoric I  or TWC-T-7 EXAM-TWC WRITING MINIMUM SCORE = 7  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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