SOC 4470 SOUTH AFRICA & THE SOCIO POLITICS OF APARTHEID (3 credits)
South Africa and the Socio Politics of Apartheid examines the lived experiences of South African people under the Apartheid system, and their long struggle against European colonial oppression and racial segregation throughout the 20th century. Students will examine the laws, tools, and strategies that developed and sustained Apartheid, and the anti-Apartheid movements and international pressure that led to its repeal and South African democratic elections. (Cross-listed with BLST 8476, BLST 4470, PSCI 8476, PSCI 4470, SOC 8476).
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or permission of instructor
Distribution: Global Diversity General Education course