Department of African American Studies

A Message From The Chair 

This has been a difficult year.  Although faculty and staff adjusted admirably to online instruction, over the course of the academic term our students evidenced the wear and tear of these Covid-days.  No matter.  We made it.   And given the circumstances....READ MORE

Can art mend some of the injustices of history?

Chika Okeke-Agulu, a professor of art and archaeology and African American studies, is a forward-thinking expert in African art. In this video short in the “Forward Thinkers” series, Okeke-Agulu discusses the need for museums around the world to return precious artifacts that were stolen from their rightful owners during a time of empires and colonization. He states that the restitution of looted artifacts is one way to begin mending the injustices of history.

AAS Graduate Certificate Student Jessica Womack Wins Graduate School Teaching Award

The Graduate School Teaching Awards honor those graduate students who have made a significant contribution to undergraduate teaching.

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