Africana and African American Studies
The Africana and African American Studies minor provides students with an interdisciplinary approach to central issues in African, African Diaspora, Caribbean and African American history, literature, and culture. The minor permits students to concentrate in one of these areas or to combine courses from among the many offerings to create a distinctive program.
The Africana and African American Studies Minor encompasses the multidisciplinary and comparative study of African history and culture, and the study of the African Diaspora throughout the world, from Europe to Asia as well as to North and South America. The program recognizes the global and transnational dimensions of contemporary African Diasporic experiences in the United States, the Caribbean, and in Latin American nations. It thus offers a wide variety of courses that are taught across several disciplines in the university. Students are strongly encouraged to select courses reflecting the breadth of the offerings in the minor across the University of New Hampshire’s undergraduate curriculum.
Africana and African American Studies is a proud supporter of UNH's many interdisciplinary programs.
Please visit our links at the right for more information about the Africana and African American Studies minor.
If you have questions, please feel free to visit or call Jessica Fish in Huddleston 322
The Africana and African American Studies minor
is an academic minor at the Center for the Humanities.