AFRS 3200 - Folklore of Africa and the African Diaspora
A study of the relationships among African and African Diaspora folktales, folk beliefs, customs, legends, myths, proverbs, poetry, songs, performance, narratives, symbols, and social practices. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the course identifies parallel tales and verbal and performance arts in the Mother Continent and the Diaspora and also studies how geographical environments and historical experiences have impacted new manifestations of African folklore.
Credit Hours: (3)
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