A technological revolution is changing the world. The computer is fast becoming the universal tool in all aspects of work, production and communication, and innovations in bio-technology are fast transforming agriculture and health. The main impact of this technological revolution has been to restructure the economy, both the centers of accumulation as well as the labor process. It is also restructuring the methods by which people communicate, form and maintain communities. In general, the objective basis of social life is being fundamentally changed.
This essay proposes a basic course that not only focuses on the technological revolution, but should be conducted in such a way that students become part of it. This means that the course will require the use of computers and be coordinated on the Internet utilizing listserv discussions and a course Web site.
"Technological Revolution and the Black Studies Curriculum: A Course Proposal,"
Trotter Review: Vol. 9:
2, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/trotter_review/vol9/iss2/12