The African Image in History, Art and Anthropology is the newest Facebook course by Runoko Rashidi. He intends to make it his best. These are the themes that he is most interested in, has the most materials for and is most qualified to teach.
The course will consist of twelve sessions spread out over of a period of at least three months.
All sessions are approximately two hours in length and begin promptly on Friday evenings at 9:00 PM US EST!
You need no special equipment to participate. The course is taught in a special Facebook group, exclusively for class participants.
The cost is $50.00 per household. All proceeds are used to support Runoko’s ongoing museum researches.
The course begins July 27, 2018.
The course will use at the foundation Runoko Rashidi’s best and most important original photographs.
Classroom participation is encouraged.
Pay via Paypal to Runoko@hotmail.com, or through Runoko’s Go Fund Me Campaign at:
HERE IS THE COURSE OUTLINE:
- Session 1: What is an African? Who are African people? Are all African people Black? Are all Black people African? These will be the questions that are addressed. It should be a very powerful session and will provide the framework and foundation and worldview for the entire course.
- Session 2: The African Image in Nile Valley Art 1.
- Session 3: The African Image in Nile Valley Art 2.
- Session 4: The African Image in Nile Valley Art 3.
- Session 5: A History of Ancient Africa through Art.
- Session 6: The Image of the African in the art of Southwest Asia.
- Session 7: The Image of the Black in South, East and Southeast Asian Art.
- Session 8: Who are the Black people in Southeast Asia, Australia and the Pacific?
- Session 9: The African Presence in the Art of Ancient Europe.
- Session 10: The African Presence in European Art, from the Moors through the European Renaissance.
- Session 11: The African Image in Early European Art.
- Session 12: The African Image in Ancient American Art.
This will be an exciting and unique course and should show Runoko Rashidi at his best.
Don’t miss it!!!
For information feel free to call Dr. Rashidi at 323 803 8663 or email him at Runoko@hotmail.com.