Students curious about the black experience and the African Diaspora will find engaging coursework that challenges them to think across the disciplines of history, literature and languages, economics, art history, music, anthropology and sociology, folklore, religion, philosophy, and political science. Classes expose students to theoretical and practical understanding of diaspora discourse.
Get a glimpse of this semester's course offerings for Africana studies.Learn more about course offerings
Africana studies offers experiences that enable you to investigate topics of your choice, including internships and study abroad programs.Learn more about research opportunities
Lectures, meetings, and other special events are just part of what's happening in the Africana Studies Program.Read More
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