Director: Associate Professor D. Hill-Butler (Sociology)
Faculty: Professor T. Meade (History); Associate Professors B. Peterson (History), K. Aslakson (History), C. Ndiaye (Modern Languages), T. Olsen (Music), Robert Hislope (Political Science), L. Cox (Visual Arts); K. Lynes (English); Senior Lecturers M. Lawson (History), J. Grigsby (Sociology)
Africana Studies offers a full major, an inter-departmental major and a minor involving the study of interdisciplinary connections of the history, culture, intellectual heritage, and social development of people of African descent. The program features a variety of approaches to intellectual, creative, and practical interests, and draws upon the arts, humanities, and social and behavioral sciences. Students align the current set of Africana Studies course offerings into three tracks: African, African-American and Latin American/Caribbean.
Each of the tracks can be utilized to pursue a 12-course full major, an 8-course ID major, or a 6-course minor.
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