Departmental Courses

See our searchable database below for Department of Philosophy courses from 2012-13 to 2018-19. Feel free to browse the database by academic year, subfield category of course, level of course (graduate, undergraduate, crosslisted), quarter(s) of course, or instructor to find more specific information about our course offerings, including course descriptions.

As for levels of courses: 20000-level courses are for undergraduates only; courses with both 20000 and 30000 numbers can be taken by either undergraduates or graduates; and courses with 30000, 40000, or 50000 numbers are open only to graduate students, with very few exceptions. Current students should visit my.UChicago.edu to see up-to-date scheduling information for all University of Chicago undergraduate and graduate courses and to register for courses. The "Courses at a Glance" links on the right-hand column of this page will show you the Philosophy schedule as a whole for each quarter for the 2018-19 academic year.

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PHIL 23711 Black Radical Political Thought

This course will introduce a tradition of black political thought concerning the relation between capitalism and racial oppression. We will read and discuss the writings of, among others, W. E. B. DuBois, C. L. R. James, Fanklin Fazier, Oliver Cromwell Cox, Frantz Fanon, Claudia Jones, Angela Davis and the Combahee River Collective. (A)

2019-2020 Spring
Category
Philosophy of Race