Africana Studies

The Africana Studies Program is an interdisciplinary program that prides itself on offering courses that examine Africanness and Blackness in a globalized world.

The program offers students the ability to explore Africana and Diasporic study through a wide range of perspectives such as anthropology, dance, economics, education, history, history of art, international studies, language, literary studies, performance and visual studies, political science, sociology, and social work, among others. 


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Africana Studies

Paul Joseph Lopez Oro
Director of Africana Studies
Assistant Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies
Old Library 213
Phone: 610-526-5544