HIS391Y1: Black Freedom in the Atlantic World


Black writers and historical actors were at the vanguard of re-conceiving, implementing, and realizing much of the Enlightenment project of freedom. Africans and people of African descent significantly affected its meaning in the Atlantic world. The course sets out to explore this history as well as the contemporary practice of freedom.

1.0 credit in African, European, Atlantic World history excluding HIS262H1. Students who do not meet the prerequisite are encouraged to contact the Department.
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