Fall 2015 Courses

Africa is at the center of the coursework in the department, in regards to epistemology, foundational texts, and student research, with considerable room for diasporic texts, theory, and research projects to be included in our canon.

Selected courses include the following:

For undergraduates and graduate students:
African 413: Contemporary African and Caribbean Drama (Teju Olaniyan)
African 669: Reading and Writing African Cultural Studies (Jo Ellen Fair)
African 669: African HipHop and Politics (Damon Sajnani)
African 670: Theories and Methods of Learning a Less Commonly Taught Language (meets with African 697: Directed Study of a LCTL), taught by Katrina Daly Thompson

For graduate students only:
African 901: African Diaspora: Theories and Tropes, taught by Damon Sajnani