Africana Minor

As a field of inquiry, Africana analyzes experiences of people of African descent wherever they live or have lived. It is inherently comparative, international, and multidisciplinary in approach, embracing humanities, arts, and the social sciences.
Catalog Requirements Notice

The requirements listed on these pages may change by the year as programs and courses are added or altered. Archived Academic Catalogs for previous years can be viewed in pdf form here. These documents contains the specific academic requirements pertaining to those who entered the College before the 2015-16 year.

Professor T. Lumumba-Kasongo and Associate Professor L. Lohn, Coordinators

The total number of courses required for the minor is 6 (18 semester hours).

REQUIRED COURSES

The following (3 sem. hrs.)

INTL 160 Introduction to Africana Studies (3 sem. hrs.)

Five of the following, with at least two courses at the 300-level (15 sem. hrs.)

FMS 220 Post-Colonial African Cinema (3 sem. hrs.)
HIST 361 Voices of African-American Women (3 sem. hrs.)
HIST 372 Colonial Encounters (3 sem. hrs.)
HUM 305 Post-Colonial African Literature (3 sem. hrs.)
POLS 268 Comparative Governments and Politics: Cases of Predominantly Black Nations (3 sem. hrs.)
SOC 277 Social Inequality: Class and Ethnicity (3 sem. hrs.)
Independent Study or Internship in an appropriate discipline (3 sem. hrs.)

 

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