African American Studies

The African American experience represents an important global dimension of American culture. Students wishing to conduct research on African American subjects with a specific interest in gaining expertise in African American Studies practices, theories, and methods will find interest in this interdisciplinary graduate program, which is administered as a concentration. The African American Studies interdisciplinary program introduces students to diverse methods, theories, and approaches to the study of African American life. Students in this program are encouraged to explore African American social and economic life, cultural developments, engagement with the wider world, and its people and institutions in all their complexity. 

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