Graduate: Department of African American Studies.
The African American Studies graduate program focuses on the life, culture, and social organization (broadly defined) of persons of African descent. The study of Africa, North America, and the Caribbean are central components of the program.
Admissions: Department of African American Studies.
African and African American Studies The Department of African and African American Studies offers a doctoral degree in African and African American studies, which identifies synergies in theory, concept and method across the African Diaspora.
African and African American Studies - The Graduate School.
The African-American Studies MA program is designed to provide graduate-level training in African-American studies to scholars, teachers, and professionals whose career or professional needs may be furthered or served by intensive scholarly engagement. The program provides students with a thorough grounding in the literature and research of African-American studies, and enables them to produce.
African American Studies, M.A. - The Graduate School.
On-campus African American studies graduate programs can award either a master's or doctorate degree depending on where you attend. These programs are interdisciplinary in nature, and so students.
African American Studies: The Graduate School.
Departments and programs which currently offer a combined Ph.D. with African American Studies are: American Studies, Anthropology, English, Film and Media Studies, French, History, History of Art, Music, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish and Portuguese, and WGSS.
Africology and African American Studies - Temple University.
The African American Studies Interdisciplinary Graduate Program is offered to M.A. and Ph.D. students who wish to specialize in African American Studies within their chosen disciplines. This concentration is completed in collaboration with the graduate student’s home department or program and in consultation with the student’s major adviser.
Ph.D. Program in Pan-African Studies — Pan-African Studies.
The PhD program in African American Studies provides students with the historical background in the experiences of people of African descent, the analytic preparation to carry out rigorous empirical research, and the professional development to pursue careers in academia or beyond.
Frontpage - Department of African American Studies.
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Department of African American and African Studies.
Students admitted to the PhD program typically receive five years of funding, including a fellowship in the first year and teaching and research fellowships or departmental assistantships in subsequent years. Students will also receive summer support for five years.
Africana Studies, B.A. - African and African-American.
PhD Program The past twenty years have witnessed two dominant but opposing approaches to the study of the interconnections between Africa and the African Diaspora. Both seek to provide alternatives to traditional models of Africana Studies.
UMass Amherst African-American Studies Program Comes of.
African and African American Studies Students enrolled in a PhD program in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University may achieve formal recognition for completing a secondary field in African and African American studies.
African American and African Diaspora Studies Department.
The Graduate Studies program in African American Studies provides an opportunity for students to complement doctoral studies in their home department with coordinated interdisciplinary training in African American Studies. Students entering the program may come from any department in the Humanities and Social Sciences.