M. Keith Claybrook, MA
Title: Adjunct Professor, Africana Studies
Department: Africana Studies
Office: LCH B302
Phone Extension: x2155
Email Username: mkclaybrook
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AFS 205: Introduction to Hip Hop (Spring 2014)
AFS 205: Introduction to Hip Hop (Fall 2013)
AFS 220: African World Peoples and Societies (Spring 2014)
AFS 220: African World Peoples and Societies (Fall 2013)
AFS 423: African Leaders Seminar (Fall 2012)
HUM 312: African Literature & Culture (Fall 2013)
HUM 312: Key Movements: African Literature & Culture (Fall 2012)
HUM 312: Key Movements: African Literature & Culture (Fall 2011)
SBS 318: Cultural Pluralism: African Diaspora in Latin American & Caribbean (Spring 2014)
HUM 312: African Literature & Culture
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Something Torn and New
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Full Citations for Course Resources
Ngũgĩ, wa T. Something Torn and New: An African Renaissance. New York: BasicCivitas Books, 2009. ISBN: 9780465009466.