The immersion in Africa and the Diaspora enables students to gain knowledge about African societies, cultures, histories, and modern political realities, cultures, and communities of the African Diaspora. Students are encouraged to enhance their scholarly knowledge through language study and study abroad. This immersion is closed to students who are majoring in international and global studies who have chosen a specialization in Africa.
|Choose three of the following:*|
|ANTH-310||African Popular Cultures|
|ANTH-345||Genocide and Post-Conflict Justice|
|FNRT-323||Survey of African-American Music|
|HIST-245||American Slavery and Freedom|
|INGS-210/HIST-210||Introduction to Africa and the Diaspora|
|INGS-310/HIST-310||Global Slavery and Human Trafficking|
* At least one course must be taken from either INGS, ANTH, or SOCI. Topics in Global Literature (ENGL 416) may be substituted when the topic is Caribbean literature.