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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. Learn more >

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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Spring 2016

New courses to be offered in Spring 2016

  • AFR 0147-04 (SOC 0113): Youth of Color ~ Orly Clerge
  • AFR 0147-06 (SOC 70): Immigration and American Society ~ Helen Marrow
  • AFR 0147-10 (DR0094-02): Black Theatre Workshop: The August Wilson Experience ~ Monica Ndounou
  • AFR 0147-13 (ENG 0161-01): Memory FOR Forgetting ~ Christina Sharpe
  • AFR 0152-01: Seminar in Africana Studies: Malcolm X – Greg Thomas
  • AFR 0152-02 (ED 0167-02): Issues in Urban Education ~ Sabina Vaught

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Upcoming Events

Friday, November 20, 2015
1:30p | Breed Memorial, 51 Winthrop St
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The Second Annual Workshop of the Consortium of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora, will host a symposium on race, radical thought, and activism, with keynote speaker Robin D.G. Kelley. Guest speakers include Christina Greer, Seth Markle, and Emery Wright.

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