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Instructor: GBOLONYO, JUSTICE

Cultural, historical, and geographical issues of African Studies.

Instructor: Joash Gambarage

Linguistic survey of the languages of Africa, including typological and historical connections between languages, individual and comparative surveys of sound systems, word structures, sentence structures, semantics, and sociolinguistic properties of a representative selection of languages.

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Instructor: DINAT, DEENA

Major issues and theoretical approaches.

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Instructor: GBOLONYO, JUSTICE

Major issues and theoretical approaches.

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Instructor: JAMES, SUZANNE

Literary and cultural works from Africa; some sections include Africa and the Middle East. Multiple perspectives on local, national, and global issues including colonialism, migration, transnationalism, education, art and politics. May include fiction, poetry, drama, digital media, and other forms. Consult department website for current year's offerings.

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NEW COURSE

Instructor: Calisto Mudzingwa

African diasporic culture in Canadian society, fostering dialogue with members of African Canadian communities on cultural values, traditions, memory, adaptation and change.

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