Introduction to African American Literature Since 1865
This course is an introduction to literature post-Reconstruction literature, from Harlem Renaissance writers like Langston Hughes to the contemporary works of Toni Morrison.
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Modular asynchronous, self-paced online course delivery with unlimited access to courses designed to interrogate Black history, using critical thinking skills, logic, and reasoning to develop a global perspective.
Having more historical context and the ability to make the connections between the past, present and impending future put you in a better position to understand the world around you. Using this knowledge you will develop and improve your unique place in it.
Meet the instructor
Elizabeth Leiba is a published writer, with a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Florida. She also holds a MBA from the University of Phoenix, and a Master's degree in English from Western New Mexico University, in Silver City, New Mexico.