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Africana Studies outside the United States

Milfred C. Fierce

Africana Studies outside the United States

Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean (Monograph series - Africana Studies and Research Center)

by Milfred C. Fierce

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Published by Africana Studies and Research Center, Cornell University .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Africa,
  • African influences,
  • Caribbean Area,
  • Pan-Africanism,
  • Study and teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12139249M
    ISBN 101880470004
    ISBN 109781880470008
    OCLC/WorldCa25226952

    SBS Cultural Pluralism: African Diaspora in the United States (3) F. Concentration Requirements (15 units) The Department of Africana Studies offers three specialized concentrations and a general concentration area that allow students majoring in Africana studies to specialize in particular areas. Africana Studies. Africana Studies there is a desperate need to better understand child and adolescent development outside of the United States and Western Europe. In this course, we will begin to do this by exploring what is currently known about children’s health and nutrition, motor and cognitive language, and social and emotional.

    The field of Africana Studies documents and disseminates a specialized body of knowledge about Africa, the Caribbean and especially the United States. We focus on the experiences of the African Diasporas – the global dispersion of peoples of African descent – its history, literature, culture, society, and contributions worldwide. Africana studies considers how racial blackness, and the concept of race itself, influences the development of the modern world. We investigate the social, historical, cultural and aesthetic works and practices of populations of African-descent throughout the diaspora.

    Africana Studies To understand the beauty and relevance of the African diaspora, you'll delve into the rich cultural, historical, and political experiences of peoples of African descent. Africa and African-American History help you make make solid connections between the African continent and the United States. And the interdisciplinary. Africana Studies, as a field of study, grew from the activist and scholarly traditions of Black Studies and the blending of peoples and ideas between Europe, Africa, and the America. It therefore offers a broad, multidisciplinary approach to history and culture centered on the interests, conditions, philosophies, conceptual schemes, and value.


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What is Africana Studies. Africana Studies is the study of the history and culture of African peoples. Africana Studies examines the problems, and perspectives of Blacks in Africa and the African Diaspora, which the African Union defined as the “people [and communities] of African origin living outside the [African] continent, irrespective of Author: Lois Kepes.

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part of an elective mix of AFS. Africana studies, black studies or Africology, in US education, is the multidisciplinary study of the histories, politics and cultures of peoples of African origin in both Africa and the African diaspora. It is to be distinguished from African studies, as its focus combines Africa and the African diaspora into a concept of an "African experience" with a Pan-African perspective.

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