Enslaved: Indians and Africans in an Unfree Atlantic World

HIST 1978O S01 [CRN: 25237]

This course examines the varieties of Indian and African enslavement in the Atlantic world, including North America, up through 1800. Reading widely in the recent literature in the field as well as in primary sources from the colonial period, we will ponder the origins, practices, meanings, and varieties of enslavement, along with critiques and points of resistance by enslaved peoples and Europeans. Special emphasis will be given to the lived nature of enslavement, and the activity of Indians and Africans to navigate and resist these harsh realities. A final project or paper is required, but there are no prerequisites. Enrollment limited to 20. P
Course Syllabus
View Syllabus
Term
Spring 2014
Credit Hours
1.0
Maximum Enrollment
20
Primary Instructor
Meetings
4:00 pm - 6:20 pm Thu - from Jan 22, 2014 to May 16, 2014
Exam Group Code
17 (May 16, 2014 9:00am)