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Mission Statement

The Africana Studies Program at Tufts University is committed to the analytical study of the historical, cultural, artistic, social, economic, and political lives of peoples of Africa and the African diaspora.
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Finding Us

Tufts University
Africana Studies
110 Eaton Hall
Medford, MA 02155

Office: 617.627.2311
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Professor H. Adlai Murdoch

Africana Studies
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Summer 2015 Course - Tufts in Talloires

AMER 180C/ HIST 173/ AFR 147B:
Black and Native New England

2015 Summer Session 2 (Mon/ Wed 9:00-12:30 PM)
Kendra Field, Assistant Professor of History
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Paris Noir: African-American Writers, Artists, and Expatriates in France
History 80: Special Topics (World/ Transregional)
Professor Kendra Field

Fall 2015

New courses to be offered in Fall 2015

  • The Literature of the African Diaspora in the Americas
  • Spike Lee and the Independents: Representation and Rebellion - Khary Jones
  • Black Prison Writing, USA
  • Ghetto Sur/Realism: The Harlem Series of Chester Himes
  • African-American Memory and History

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Upcoming Events

Dr. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of History at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut
Africa Rising: What Role for the Diaspora?
Wednesday, April 22
4:30pm | Cabot 205
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