Black Studies – Introduction to the Study of Black History, Politics, Sociology, Psychology, Science, Art, Music and Religion
Starting January 2020
Introduction to Black Studies Course is a 30 week beginner’s course that analyses all the major areas of the Black Experience – the History, the Politics, the Psychology, the Sociology, the Science & Technology, the Arts, and finally, the Religion.
The course is a highly accessible 30 week programme but it is also rigorous and content laden.
It assumes no prior knowledge of the subject areas, but the adult student is taken through an avalanche of information. Reading lists and also course materials are provided.
Class 1 Introduction to Black Studies
Class 2 The facts concerning the Origins of Humanity
Class 10 South African Civilisations: Great Zimbabwe and Munhumutapa
Classes 13 and 14 Introduction to Black Political Realities
Class 17 Black Male/Female Relationships
Class 20 Research Findings of Key Black Psychologists
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Class 22 The Black World’s Contribution to Science and Technology (Part II)
ART & MUSIC
Class 24 Roots of Black Music
Class 29 Rastafari, Nation of Islam, Kingism and Black Liberation Theology
COURSE DATES AND VENUES
Course Venue (North London): Parish Room at St Michael’s Church, Bounds Green Road, London, N22 8HE. Nearest Tube Station: Wood Green (3 minutes walk away). Free Parking available on site.
ENROLMENT AND FEES
If you book your place on this course before MIDNIGHT on Saturday 30th November 2019, the whole course fees will be just £330.
After Sunday 1st December 2019, the whole course fees will be £360 or £130 per term.
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