FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011
Students who have opted to pursue a Minor in one of the following disciplines are advised to use the electives available at each level within their programme to satisfy the requirements for their chosen Minor.
REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN AFRICAN STUDIES
At least one course chosen from the following:
Three (3) courses chosen from the following: GOVT3000 African Political Philosophy in Antiquity LITS3601 African Literature I LITS3602 African Literature II LITS3603 African Film HIST3301 Apartheid in South Africa HIST3302 South Africa: Cultural History HIST3304 Liberation in 20th Century Africa HIST3306 West African Economic History 1880 -1960 OR HIST3307 West African Political History since 1880 HIST3312 Women in 20th Century Africa PHIL3801 African Diaspora Philosophy
CLTR1501 African Cultural Traditions CLTR1502 Rites of Passage in Sub-Saharan Africa FREN1304 Caribbean and African Literature in French HIST1302 African Civilisations from 1500 BC - 1000 AD HIST1303 African Civilisations 1000-1800
HUMN3099: Students taking the Minor in African Studies are encouraged to use the research paper to further their knowledge/ awareness of economic, social, historical, political and/or cultural issues in Africa.
Two (2) courses chosen from the following:
There is a Level I prerequisite for this course.
NB: Students should note that several courses offered at Level II and Level III have prerequisites which must be completed at Level I. Information on prerequisites can be obtained from the Handbook.
HUMN2301 Literature and the Colonial Encounter CLTR2401 Popular Culture and Consciousness in 20th Century South Africa HUMN2702 Women Writers from Africa and the Caribbean FREN2301 African Literature in French I FREN2302 African Literature in French II GOVT2010 Politics of Developing Nations* HIST2301 History of Africa AD 1800 - 1900 HIST2302 History of Africa from AD 1900 PHIL2601 African Philosophy I PHIL2602 African Philosophy 2 THEO2404 Comparative Religion