Bowdoin Africana Studies

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Africana Studies

 

The Africana Studies Program is an interdisciplinary field that brings together the humanities and social sciences to study the world from African American and African perspectives. The aim of the program is to introduce students to analytical and critical skills through multiple methodological approaches drawn from anthropology, art history, history, literature, music, political economy, and theater.

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At a Glance  

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coordinate major Majorminor Minor

Courses offered
in 2011-2012: 30

Contacts:

  • Program Chair
    Tess E. Chakkalakal
  • Program Coordinator
    Glynis Wears Siegel
    gwears@bowdoin.edu
    telephone (207) 725-3272
    fax (207) 725-3023
  • Mailing Address
    7200 College Station
    Brunswick, ME 04011-8472

Background photograph: John Brown Russwurm African American Center