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History 137C: African Cinema
- Last Updated May 7, 2013
Historical study of modern African cinema from the emergence of film as a tool of social control in the imperial and colonial periods to its theoretical and practical transformation by African cineastes in the post-independence era.
History 190C: 9/11 in Historical Perspective
- Last Updated Nov 20, 2013
'Explores how scholars and other observers have tried to make sense of the events of and following September 11, 2001, through analysis and other invocations of historical precedent.'
History 190Z: The Long Civil Rights Movement
- Last Updated Apr 16, 2013
'Explores the concept of the "long civil rights movement" as a framework for understanding a wide range of social, economic, and political developments in the African American freedom struggle, in both North and South, from the 1930s through the 1980s.'