Below are links that I've found of interest to the material of this course. If you discover pertinent links and would like to share them with the class, please e-mail me the URLs and I'll post them here. (Never know when the extra "class participation" points will save you!)
February 10, "The African Diaspora" keynote lecture by by Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, 7 p.m. Wicomico Room of Guerreri CenterAll these events are free and open to the public.
February 17, "Manufacturing Culture: Representation in the Black Collectible" by Robert Smith, 7 p.m. Wicomico Room of Guerreri Center (from the topic listed here, I think you might want to attend this one particularly)
February 23, "Sisters and Voices," a multi-media music presentation highlighting black women in music, 8 p.m. Wicomico Room of Guerreri Center
February 1 - May 31, "African-American History in Figurines," a collection of figurines belonging to Dr. Clara Small, Salisbury U History professor, representing key moments in African-American history on deisplay at the Nabb Research Center.
»»Specific course topic links
W.E.B. Du Bois information site, of all the ones out there one of the best.