Program in African Studies
Africa is the continent where our future will be determined. The continent boasts an abundance of both cultural and natural resources and is home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world, making Africa a fascinating place to study.
Carolyn Rouse, Faculty Director
Doing research in Africa and developing relationships with people in Ghana has been incredibly rewarding and one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life.”Carolyn RouseDirector of African Studies, Professor of Anthropology
Students have an opportunity to learn more about the continent by taking courses toward a certificate, learning an African language or studying abroad.
Attend writers' workshops and lectures where graduate students share their work. Learn about study in Africa even after graduation.
Learn more about events that explore Africa and its rich culture.
4:30pm - 6:00pm | 219 Aaron Burr Hall
Department of Anthropology and Program in African Studies