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Following is a sampling of graduate-level Africana Studies courses at the University of Delaware. Visit UD’s graduate catalog for complete course information including credits, prerequisites, restrictions, and when courses are typically offered.
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AFRA 600: Foundations in Africana Studies
AFRA 601: Africana Research Methods
AFRA 869: M.A. Thesis
AFRA 643: Africa Under Colonial Rule
SOCI 661: Racial Stratification
Public Humanities and Social Justice Pillar
AFRA 650: Black Communities Studies
AFRA 651: Becoming a Public Scholar Activist
Blackness, Gender and Sexuality Pillar
AFRA 628: Modern African American History
AFRA 630: Expressive Cultures in the African Diaspora
Visual and Material Culture Pillar
AFRA 642: The Black Portrait
AFRA 645: Black Bodies on Display: Race in Museums
AFRA 647: Curating Hidden Collections & the Black Archive
TBD by your AFRA@UD Graduate Program option and in consultation with your advisor):
Year One, Fall Semester
Year One, Spring Semester
Year Two, Fall semester
Year Two, Spring Semester
Year Two, Spring Semester
The Thesis/Project is 0-4 credit hours. If students do not graduate in May of "Year Two Spring Semester," then they can distribute those 4 credit hours until their semester of graduation.