Director: L. Marso (Political Science)
Faculty: K. Aslakson (History), D. Hill Butler (Sociology), L. Cox (Visual Arts), D. Esiaka (Psychology), R. Hislope (Political Science), M. Lawson (History), K. Lynes (English), D. Mosquera (Modern Languages and Literatures), M. Moutillet (Theater and Dance), C. Ndiaye (Modern Languages), T. Olsen (Music), B. Peterson (History), R. Reed (Library)
Africana Studies offers a full major, an interdepartmental major and a minor involving the study of interdisciplinary connections of the history, culture, intellectual heritage, and political and social contexts 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.
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