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SOC 4315 African-American Anthropology is a Sociology course at FAU taught by the following professor: Susan Brown. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this Sociology course.
These are notes taken from Dr. Brown's chapter "African Americans". They focus around the myth of the negro past, which is one of week two's main learning objectives.
This is a detailed timeline of all the events documented in the book "Fort Mose: Colonial America's Black Fortress of Freedom". The events, which are covered from 700 to 1812, are explained as needed and placed in an easy to navigate format to make studying that much easier.
This 12 page study guide includes a review of the myth of the Negro past, the AAA exhibit on race, Fort Mose, The Nature of Culture (parts 1, 2, and the handout), Origins of African American English, African-American English, and the New York Burial Ground. I have extracted the information that Professor Brown specifically said would be on the quiz, along with important points, people, and dates. (
These notes outline the information presented in the videos "Birth of Voodoo" and "Haitian Voodoo" as well as the information from the linked website indicated by Professor Brown.
These notes focus on the Gullah Island video along with Chapters 6 (Gullah Attitudes towards Life and Death) and 7 (The Sacred World of the Gullahs). Word Count: 1,226
These notes outline chapter nine of Africanisms: Sacrificial Practices in Santeria, an African Cuban Religion in the United States. Word count: 762
These notes contain an outline of "Chapter 8: African Religious Retentions in Florida" from "Africanisms in American Culture" (Word Count: 663)
This is a detailed study guide for quiz two. It contains a detailed outline of chapters 8 and 9 from "Africanisms in American Culture" along with an outline of Vodun. (Word Count: 2124)
This is a MASSIVE, 18 page collection of all the notes I have taken throughout the semester for African American Anthropology in order of the lessons throughout the semester. This includes the "African
This is an outline of the structure of African and African American music as illustrated in Chapter 11 of Africanisms in American Culture.
These notes contain a brief overview of "Seeing is Believing" by Alan Dundes.
These notes contain a brief outline of Chapter one of Black Metropolis: A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City (Word Count: 685)
Chapters 6, 7, 8, and 9 of Black Metropolis: A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City outlined. Word count: 1,689
These notes contain an outline of the information presented in chapter 9 of Black Metropolis: A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City.
More will be added to these notes after the Thanksgiving holiday.