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3 years ago
Dr. Bryan Carter, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Arizona, was recently featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education for his work in digital humanities. Dr. Carter has been teaching students about the Harlem Renaissance...
4 years ago
Good luck to all our majors and minors who graduated this year and please keep in touch.
4 years ago
Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Dr. Bonnie Wasserman won the 2013 College of Humanities' Distinguished Mentoring and Advising Award. Interim Director of Africana Studies Dr. Alain-Philippe Durand won the 2013 Honors College's Fiva...
4 years ago
  Along with the School of Geography and Development, the Africana Studies Program co-sponsors a Summer program in South Africa and Swaziland. Visit:http://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/geography-health-and-development This summer, follow...
4 years ago
  AFAS 421 Topics in Africana Studies: African Americans in ParisFall 2013, TR 2-3:15pm, Dr. Bryan Carter This course is approved for the Africana Studies major and minor, and English, Creative Writing, French, and Global Studies majors.  African...
4 years ago
  Africana Studies – Visiting Assistant Professor The Africana Studies Program at the University of Arizona invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor beginning August 2013 with an expertise in African American and /or African...
The Africana Studies Program offers many exciting classes this summer, including several fully online: Pre-Session (05/16 - 06/04, 2011): AFAS 314 Caribbean Literature and Culture (ONLINE), Dr. Alain-Philippe Durand AFAS 342 Writers, Women and the...
  The Johnny Clegg Band is performing at Centennial Hall on May 6, 2011. Musician, dancer, anthropologist, singer, song writer, academic, activist and French knight - all describe Clegg, but none captures the energy and passion of the man who...
Dr. Bryan Carter is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Central Missouri. He specializes in African American literature of the 20th Century with a primary focus on the Harlem Renaissance and has a secondary emphasis on visual...

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