Course Offerings

Fall 2021

3208. Making the Black Atlantic

Also offered as: AFRA 3208, HIST 3208

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: Recommended preparation: AFRA/HIST/HRTS 3563 or AFRA/HIST 3564 or 3620; or HIST/LLAS 3609.

Grading Basis: Graded

Recent scholarship on the central role played by African-descended communities in shaping the early history of the Americas and their interconnection beyond geopolitical boundaries; race, gender, sexuality, class, religion, cultural movements and practices; slavery, political economy, and political movements.

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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Schedule Location Enrollment Credits Notes
Fall 2021 13195 Storrs In Person Gabriel, Dexter 001 TuTh 12:30pm‑1:45pm
CAST 212 5/13 3.00


Contact Information

Charles Robert Venator Santiago,, 860-486-9052

Charles Lebel,

Rodolfo Fernandez,

Anne Gebelein,, 860-486-9523

Fany Hannon,, (860) 486-1135

Jorge Agüero,, 860-486-4177

Dexter Gabriel,

Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann, 

Jolaade Kalinowski,

Diana Rios,, 860-486-3187

Cesar Abadia-Barrero,, 860 486-2137

Santiago Munoz Arbelaez,

Samuel Martinez,, 860 486-4515

Lewis Gordon,, 860 486-4416