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AFAM 560: Course Description [from the syllabus)
“This course covers some of the outstanding artistic, literary, cultural, and political themes of the Harlem Renaissance. Through readings, prints and photographs, lectures, and class discussion, we will delve into the literature, history, culture, and politics of race advancement of the New Negro Movement. Students will learn to conduct research and write a research paper. Each student will develop a research proposal and write a term paper of between 20 and 25 pages that is based on original research using primary and secondary sources; students will be grouped according to the themes of their research and will present their findings to the class at the end of the semester in the form of roundtable discussions.”
Librarian for African American History & Culture
Stone Center Library
Stone Center Library for Black Culture & History
The library features reading and browsing areas, two spacious group study rooms, and ten study carrels, all of which are equipped with Internet port connections. In addition, the library has wireless capabilities. A printer is available for use with a UNC One Card. The library's screen name for online reference assistance is: StonecenterRef.