AFAM 33302 - Faith and the African American Experience, Spring 2006
FAITH AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
(The Rev.) Hugh R. Page, Jr., DMin, PhD
Course Structure: Seven weekly 2-hour class sessions
This course will introduce students to the African American faith experience, with particular attention being given to the historical development of spiritualities of liberation in the American Diaspora. Brief lectures and seminar discussions will offer “perspectives” on this rich and heterogeneous tradition from several vantage points within the humanities, social sciences, and theological disciplines.