The following courses are recommended as electives. Other classes, not included in the list below, may be counted toward the major with the approval of the program director. Students majoring in AAAS track should work closely with their advisor in designing their program of study and selecting the appropriate electives. For courses marked with an asterisk (*), students should consult the instructor about the possibility of directing their written work or other assignments toward subjects pertaining to AAAS. 

American Studies:
AMST 255 (Imagining Africa)
AMST/WMST 251 (Black Masculinity in the United States)
AMST/WMST 351 (Toni Morrison)

302: Southern Cultures 
304: Peoples and Cultures of Africa
305: Cultures of Latin America
311: Gender and Class in Latin America 
314: Colonialism and Culture
317: The Anthropology of Development
379: Ethnicities

Art History
340: American Art*

375: African American and Latino Education

395: African American Literature

215: Southern African History
219: History of Africa to 1880
220: History of Africa since 1880
223: Latin American History to 1825
224: Latin American History after 1826
231: African American History to 1865
232: African American History since 1865
233: Race and Sexuality in U.S. History since 1800
316: The African American Church in Slavery and Freedom
317: African American Intellectual History
318: African American Women and Religion (also Women's and Gender Studies)
322: Southern Lives
323: The Depression-Era South (also American Studies)
324: Colonial and Imperial Warfare in North America and Southern Africa
327: The Old South
329: The New South
347: The American Civil Rights Movement
363: Peasant Resistance and Rebellion in Latin America, 1500-1990
382: Science, Segregation, and Popular Culture in Twentieth-Century South Africa
385: Missionaries, Mullahs, and Marabouts: African Encounters with Christianity and Islam
386: African Environmental History
387: Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa
393: America's Civil War
394: Reconstructing the South
493: The Civil War and American Historical Memory

201: Bach, Beethoven, and the Beatles: History of Music in the Modern Era*
223: American Music*

227: Africa in World Politics
230: Politics in Nigeria and South Africa
311: Politics of Central America and the Caribbean
329: Comparative African Politics
373: African American Political Thought

265: Ethical Thought and the African American Experience
315: African Religions
391: Southern Religion
393: Rural Religion

308: U.S. Latino and Latina Literature and Culture