AFEN BC3815 The Worlds of Ntozake Shange and Digital Storytelling. 4 points.
Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to 12 students. Permission of the instructor required. Interested students should complete the application at: http://bit.ly/ShangeWorlds. Students should have taken a course beyond the intro level from ONE of the following areas: American Literature (through the English Department), Africana Studies, American Studies, Theatre or Women's Studies. Please note that this is a yearlong course; students who are accepted into this course will need to take its second half, AFEN BC3816, in the spring semester.
A poet, performance artist, playwright and novelist, Ntozake Shange's stylistic innovations in drama, poetry and fiction and attention to the untold lives of black women have made her an influential figure throughout American arts and in Feminist history. In a unique collaboration between Barnard, the Schomburg Center for Black Culture and the International Center for Photography, and with support by the Mellon funded "Barnard Teaches" grant, this year long seminar provides an in-depth exploration of Shange's work and milieu as well as an introduction to digital tools, public research and archival practice. You can find more information and apply for the course at http://bit.ly/ShangeWorlds. On Twitter @ShangeWorlds.
Fall 2018: AFEN BC3815
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|AFEN 3815||001/01204||Th 4:10pm - 6:00pm
403 Barnard Hall
|Kim F Hall||4||15/14|