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Undergraduate Courses

Spring 2018

  • Women’s Literature of the African Diaspora (undergraduate). Edmondson, B.

Fall 2017

  • Caribbean literature (undergraduate). English and AAAS. Edmondson, B.
  • Africa in Literature and Film (undergraduate). English and AAAS. Edmondson, B.

Spring 2017

  • Caribbean Archaeology, De Jong
  • Caribbean Societies, Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • History of the Caribbean to 1898, Young, K.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Literature, Stephens, M.
  • Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies, González, S.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies, Stevens, C., Miller, H., Ramos, R., GHISYAWAN, K., Owens, L.
  • Research Methods in Latino and Caribbean Studies, Martinez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Social Justice for Student Activists, Decena, C.
  • The Caribbean Fantastic, Stephens, M.

Fall 2016:

  • Intro to Caribbean Literature, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Decena, C, Ramos, R, Miller H and Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • Caribbean Borderlands, Geography, Rhiney, K.
  • Caribbean Literature (undergraduate). English and African American & African Studies. Edmondson, B.
  • History of the Caribbean since 1898, Latino and Caribbean StudiesLauria-Santiago, A.
  • Postcolonial Caribbean Theater and Performance, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Stevens, C.
  • Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean, Spanish and Portuguese, Narvaez, C.
  • Senior Seminar in Latino and Caribbean Studies, Latino and Caribbean Studies, Lopez, K.
  • Women’s Literature of the African Diaspora (undergraduate). English and African American & African Studies. Edmondson, B.

Spring 2016:

  • “History of the Caribbean since 1898,” LCS and History, Young, K.
  • “What is the Caribbean?”, Byrne Seminar, Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • “Research Methods in Latino and Caribbean Studies”, LHCS, Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • “Imagining the Caribbean” SAS Honors Seminar, Mathes, C.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Literature: The Fantastic. LHCS. Stephens, M.
  • Decolonial Feminisms from the Americas: Shifting the Geography of Reason. Women’s Studies Rutgers Newark. Alonso Bejarano, C.

Fall 2015:

  • Feminisms from the Americas: Race, Sex and Colonialism. Women’s and Gender Studies. Rutgers—Newark. Undergraduate. Carolina Alonso Bejarano
  • Art and Visual Culture of the Caribbean (595/082:226 ). LHCS and Art History. Flores, T.
  • History of Cuba. LHCS and History. López, K. (Undergraduate)
  • Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies, LHCS, Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • 595:100: Intro to Caribbean Studies 595:100. Stephens, C.
  • 19th Century Black Literature: Race, Place & Space. English. Stephens, M.

Spring 2015:

  • Byrne Seminar for First Year Students: Where and What is the Caribbean?, Spring 2015. Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Intro to Caribbean Studies.  LHCS. Miller, H.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Stevens, C
  • West Indians in the U.S. LHCS. Miller, H.

Fall 2014:

  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Bonilla Y. and Miller, H. (two sections)
  • Understanding Power, Dismantling Race. LHCS, Political Sciences, Africana Studies and AMESALL. Maldonado-Torres, N.
  • Queer Caribbean Writing. LHCS. Cummings, R.
  • Caribbean Urbanism and Policy. LHCS. Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • History of the Caribbean since 1898. LHCS and History. López, K.
  • Immigrants in the Americas. SAS Honors. López, K.
  • LHCS 319/Comp Lit 319: Unraveling Race in Latin American and Latino Cultural Studies. Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Producing Identities: Decolonial Perspectives from the Americas. Women's and Gender Studies. Undergraduate. Carolina Alonso Bejarano.

Spring 2014:

  • Global Diasporas in Caribbean History. LHCS and History. López, K.
  • Postcolonial Caribbean Theater and Performance. LHCS. Stevens, C.

Fall 2013:

  • 20th Century Literature & Culture Seminar: Literature of the Fantastic. English. Stephens, M. & Islands of Empire: Caribbean Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures. English and LHCS. Stephens, M.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. López, K.
  • Seminar in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies. LHCS. López, K.
  • Caribbean Borderlands. Geography and LHCS. López-Marrero, T.

Spring 2013:

  • Francophone Cultures. French. Larrier, R.
  • Global Diasporas in Caribbean History. LHCS and History. López, K. (Undergraduate)
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Maldonado-Torres, N.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • "Caribbean Sexiles." Byrne Seminar. Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • 19th Century Black Literature: Literature of the Black Atlantic. English and Africana Studies. Stephens, M.
  • Theater of the Hispanic Caribbean: Migration and Memory. LHCS and Spanish. Stevens, C.

Fall 2012

  • Caribbean Borderlands. Geography, LHCS. López-Marrero, T.
  • Caribbean Cinema. LHCS. Nazario, J.
  • Caribbean Pluralities & Indo-Carib Lit. LHCS, English, Comp Lit. Nerlekar, A. Feminisms of Color. LHCS. Maldonado-Torres, N.
  • History of Cuba. LHCS, History. Lopez, K.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Bonilla, Y.
  • Introduction to Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Lopez, K.
  • Literature of Colonial Caribbean Atlantic. LHCS, English, Comp Lit. Stephens, M.
  • Postcolonial Carib Theater Performance. LHCS, Spanish, Comparative Literature. Stevens, C.
  • Senior Seminar in Latino & Caribbean Studies. LHCS. Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • Space, Place, and Community. Sociology. Dinzey-Flores & Friedman, J.
  • Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies. Comparative Literature, English, American Studies, LHCS. Martinez-San Miguel, Y.

Spring 2012

  • Afro Atlantic Diaspora. Africana Studies. Butler, K.
  • Black Writers and the 1960s. English. Mathes, C.
  • Caribbean Natural Disasters. LHCS. Lopez-Marrero, T.
  • Caribbean Political Thought. LHCS. Maldonado-Torres, N.
  • "Caribbean Sexiles." Byrne Seminar. Martínez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Caribbean Societies. LHCS and Anthropology. Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • Caribbean Societies. LHCS and Anthropology. Navarro, T.
  • Colonial Encounters: Captives, Converts, Specters, Saints. English. Iannini, C.
  • History of the Caribbean to 1898. History and LHCS. Fuentes, M. Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies, Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies. Martinez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Research Methods in Latina/o Studies. LHCS. Dinzey-Flores, Z.
  • Resistance Literatures of Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia. AMESALL, Comparative Literaure, LHCS. Nerlekar, A.
  • Surrealism. English. Mathes, C.
  • The Caribbean: Revolutions and Contradictions. Africana Studies. Alexis, Y.

Fall 2011

  • Afro-Brazilian History. Africana Studies. Butler, K.
  • Antebellum American Literature. English. Iannini, C.
  • Art & Visual Culture Caribbean. LHCS and Art History. Flores, T. Black Novel. English. Mathes, C.
  • Caribbean Borderland. Geography, LHCS. López-Marrero, T.
  • Caribbean Cinema. LHCS. Nazario, J.
  • Caribbean Pluralities and Indo-Caribbean Literature. AMESAL, Comparative Literature, LHCS. Nerlekar, A.
  • French Caribbean: Culture and Identity. LHCS. Bonilla, Y.
  • Gender Border/ Changing Boundaries. Women & Gender Studies. Fuentes, M.
  • Histoire[s] et identités. French. Larrier, R.
  • Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean. Spanish. Stevens, C.
  • Postcolonial Readings of Colonialism in the Americas. Comparative Literature. Martinez- San Miguel, Y.
  • Race and Sexuality in Caribbean and American Literatures. LHCS, Comparative Literature, English, and Women and Gender Studies. Stephens, M.
  • Slavery in the Caribbean. LHCS and History. Fuentes, M.
  • The Caribbean: Revolutions and Contradictions. Africana Studies. Alexis, Y.

Spring 2011

  • Afro Atlantic Diaspora. Africana Studies. Butler, K.
  • Black Women in the U.S. Women Gender Studies. Fuentes, M.
  • Black Writers and the 1960s. English. Mathes, C.
  • Caribbean Literatures in English. Comparative Literature, English, LHCS. Stephens, M.
  • Dominican Transnational Culture. LHCS and Women & Gender Studies. Decena, C.
  • Enlightenment and Awakening in Early American Literature. English. Iannini, C.
  • Francophone Cultures. French. Larrier, R.
  • Global Diasporas in Caribbean History. LHCS and History. Lopez, K.
  • Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies. Comparative Literature, English, American Studies, LHCS. Martinez-San Miguel, Y.
  • Span-American Theatre. Spanish. Stevens, C.
  • The American Novel in a Global Context. English. Stephens, M.

 

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