Black and Indigenous Feminist Survival and Experimentation in the Americas (CD or SA)

Subject associations
AMS 351 / GSS 443 / AAS 352
Spring 2022
Tiffany J. King
Registrar description

This course is designed to explore how centering Black and Native/Indigenous feminist epistemologies (ways of knowing), theories, methods, themes, cultural production, and decolonial and abolitionist struggle reorient the field of American Studies. If we orient American Studies around and through Black and Native/Indigenous gendered, sexualized, feminist and queer modes of survival and ingenuity; what themes, debates, and questions rise to the surface and become salient?