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ANTH 3365 - Afro-Brazilian Culture and Politics

3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ANTH 2201 or AADS 2100.
This course explores the Afro-Brazilian experience in multi-racial Brazil, where the majority of the population is of African descent. This course will focus on how Afro-Brazilian culture, politics, music, samba, capoeira (martial arts), carnival and religion have impacted and often defined Brazilian society and culture. The course also focuses on Brazilian racial identity, social movements and racism. Brazil is constantly situated within the African Diaspora.



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