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Tony Perry

Assistant Professor
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Institute of African-American and African Studies
Office location and address
102 Amphitheater Way
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
AAS 2559: New Course in African and African American Studies
Credits: 1–4
New course in the subject of African and African American Studies
AAS 3500: Intermediate Seminar in African-American & African Studies
Credits: 3
Reading, class discussion, and written assignments on a special topic in African-American and African Studies Topics change from term to term, and vary with the instructor. Primarily for fourth-year students but open to others.
AAS 4993: Independent Study
Credits: 1–12
Allows students to work on an individual research project. Students must propose a topic to an appropriate faculty member, submit a written proposal for approval, prepare an extensive annotated bibliography on relevant readings comparable to the reading list of a regular upper-level course, and complete a research paper of at least 20 pages.
AAS 7200: Black Environmental Thought
Credits: 3
Beginning in the colonial and antebellum periods of American history and moving through the twentieth century into the twenty-first, this class will highlight the myriad approaches black women and men adopted to address shifting manifestations of racialized environmental injustice. At the foundation of the course will be an exploration of the environmental history of slavery in the United States.
SARC 9993: Advanced Independent Research
Credits: 1–6
Advanced independent research on topics selected by individual students in consultation with a faculty advisor. Prerequisite: Permission of the Director.