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African and African American Studies
Department Chair: Mark Christian (Carman Hall, Room 287)
Department Faculty: Professor: Mark Christian; Associate Professor: James A. Jervis; Assistant Professors: Bertrade B. Ngo-Ngijol Banoum, Anne Rice.
African and African American Studies is a body of knowledge that records, describes, and analyzes the experience of people of African descent in all parts of the world, but especially in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas. Africa and African American Studies appraises the past, examines the present, and seeks to shape the future.
Career Preparation: The Department's offerings are designed to prepare students for graduate and professional studies as well as for careers in business; community development and social service agencies; Federal, State, and City government service; research; and teaching at the college, secondary, and elementary levels.
Last modified: 5/13/2013