Study the seven core areas of the African diaspora- history, economics, politics, social organization, pyschology, creative productions, and religion. In addition to visiting typical sites such as museums, monuments, government institutions, and research centers, students will also work with village elders to develop and execute a service learning project.
- AFAM 190*
- AFAM 480
- PS 407
- SWRK 495/695
*Colonnade Course (fulfills Social & Behaviorial Studies of Explorations Category)
- Summer 2020: May 26-June 9
- In order to qualify for financial aid, students should apply for FAFSA at time of application.
Members of the community are invited to apply for this program as well. Please speak with the program leaders if you are interested in joining!