College of Humanities University of Arizona
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The Africana Studies Program at the University of Arizona prepares future leaders of a global and diverse economy from North and Latin America to Africa and Europe. It offers an interdisciplinary major, a minor in hip-hop cultures, and a variety of internships and study abroad opportunities. The program embraces new technologies and is a leader in online offerings and digital humanities.

Our faculty encompasses diverse academic backgrounds producing a fertile and exciting interdisciplinary dynamic evident in both our teaching and research. We encourage students from all backgrounds to join us in investigating the historical and contemporary experiences of Africana peoples and how they are shaped by gender, class, race, and other important ideas.

The Africana Studies Program graduates are very marketable and obtain jobs in any career. [Read More About Careers for Our Majors]

Contact Us • phone (520) 621-5665 / fax (520) 621-9768  
Dr. Irène d'Almeida publishes a new book, Eco-Imagination. African and Diasporan Literatures and Sustainability, co-edited with Lucie Viakinnoh-Brinson and Thelma Pinto, at Africa World Press, 2014.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, Dr. Jennifer Donahue, just published a new article in The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, vol. 49.2: "The Ghost of Annie Palmer: Giving Voice to Jamaica's 'White Witch of Rose Hall...
In her welcome letter to the new academic year published in UA@Work, the University of Arizona's President Ann Weaver Hart is citing the Africana Studies Program and Dr. Bryan Carter's engagement in the digital humanities. Read the full...
Dr. Monica J. Casper and Dr. Lisa Jean Moore publish a new book, The Body: Social and Cultural Dissections, at Routledge.
Africana Studies Program • 223 Learning Services Building • University of Arizona • P.O. Box 210105 • Tucson, AZ 85721-0105  
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