The Question of Black Humanity

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EM

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Amazing course! Conversational, relaxed lectures that are well-informed, paired with excellent archival footage--mostly generated by the presenting professor.

CW

Apr 19, 2018

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Very interesting and informative course, I have a better understanding of southern culture, the stories, music and art I often heard my grandmother speak of.

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Southern Writers

Examining the lives and works of great Southern writers and looking at how specific stories, music, and art are referenced and provide structure for literary forms such as the novel and the short story.

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    Dr. William Ferris

    Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History; Senior Associate Director of CSAS; Adjunct Professor in the Curriculum in Folklore

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