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Finley is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and African & African American Studies at Louisiana State University and Director of the African & African American Studies Program.
But by the end of the 1985 academic year, I went to see the Dean of the College to request a transfer from my joint appointment in Rhetoric to the African American Studies Program. I told Darwin: "I need to return to Afro-American Studies, or I'm going back home, returning to Detroit." He said he understood, and besides, there was much work to be done to advance the program.
According to Norment, Temple has the largest undergraduate and graduate African American studies programs in the country.
He is also a painter and stage director, and he has twice served as Acting Director of Emory's African American Studies Program.
Thus, in the wake of this major social turmoil, Boston University decided to establish the first graduate African American Studies program in the country, an initiative that essentially was the result of conversations that became the beginning of African American Studies at the university.
This approach permits them [students] to work in single discipline departments or the multi-discipline African American Studies program (Adams 2001).
The material presented here was originally compiled for Euell's course at Wesleyan entitled "Trends in Contemporary African American Dramatic Literature," sponsored by the African and African American Studies Program. The author gratefully acknowledges this program's support.
I had a positive learning experience as an undergraduate in the African American Studies program. I was surrounded by students who were motivated to learn and shared a passion for social justice, the faculty were always approachable.
From 2008-2010 he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the African American Studies program at the University of Houston.
RK: I think I have a slightly different perspective: I still see African American studies programs as being not sufficiently inhabited by women - not necessarily hostile to women, but suffering from the same difficulty that I think exists for women's studies, in that there aren't a sufficient number of women of color out there in academia to populate both.
Given our strengths in Black women's studies and the relative lack of emphasis on the experiences of Black women in many African American studies programs, AAAS is positioned to establish itself as a leader in this area of scholarship.
As we move into the next millennium, several of the nation's pioneer African American Studies programs have been in existence more than thirty years.(1) Although three decades have passed, the validity of the discipline is still questioned.
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