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:
African 297: African and African American Linkages (Tejumola Olaniyan)
African 412: Contemporary African Literature (John Nimis)
African 500: Language and Society in Africa (Katrina Daly Thompson, meets with 701)
African 605: African Screen Media (Matthew H. Brown)
African 701: Critical Approaches to Multilingualism (Katrina Daly Thompson, meets with 500)
African 901: Imagining Islam (Samuel England)