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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT 24.912 Introduction to Black Studies, Spring 2017

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Syllabus

25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 1: Introduction.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 2: Immigration.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 3: Enlightenment, Neoliberalism and Racism.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 4: Polarized Politics.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 5: Neoliberalism to Populism.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 6: Populism & Big Data, Facebook Dark Posts.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 7: Human Rights and Voting Rights.
25. Neoliberalism and the End of History - Part 8: What Can We Do?.
26. Part 1: Student Presentation 'Language, Resistance and Liberation'.
26. Part 2: Student Perspectives on the Course.
An Interdisciplinary Approach.
Political Context for the Course.
Framing Cultural Phenomena as Technologies.
Anchoring the Course with #StayWoke.
Leveraging the Humanities to Break Walls and Build Bridges.
Advancing Social Justice.
Critical Computational Empowerment.
Building on the Personal.
Teaching a Wider Audience.
Unlocking Knowledge.
Important Language Issues Today.
Course Materials that Develop Understanding.
Lecture 26, Part 1: Student Presentation "Language, Resistance and Liberation".
Lecture 26, Part 2: Student Perspectives on the Course.

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