Want to learn more about African-American history?

This spring, an African-American history course will give you the opportunity to read deeply into the writings and lived experiences of African-Americans.

Beyond reading, you will learn through historical-role immersive exercises that will challenge and engage participants. No pre-requisites are required, and the course is open to students at all levels.

It will be taught by Paul Otto, coauthor, with Verdis Robinson (Campus Compact), of Bacon’s Rebellion, 1676-1677: Race, Class, And Frontier Conflict In Colonial Virginia. On Feb. 10, 2020, Robinson will give a public lecture for Black History Month, “‘One Like the Sea’: Frederick Douglass’s Global Search for Democracy and Equality, 1886–1887.” He will also be meeting with students in HIST 380.

  • What: HIST 380, African-American History (#4354) (Fulfills GE Intercultural Experience requirement)
  • When: Tuesdays/Thursdays, noon to 1:15 p.m.

For more information, please contact Paul Otto at potto@georgefox.edu.

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