|Title||Cuba: Race, Revolution, and Culture|
|Description||This course analyzes the role of race and culture in the formation of contemporary Cuban politics and national identity, with emphasis on Cuba's African roots and attention to the role of the arts as a means of resistance to social injustice. Instruction is at the Newark campus (3 weeks) and in Cuba (10 days in Havana and Varadero).
Prereq: Permission of instructor. GE education abroad course.|
|Note:||Instructor's consent required|