African American and African Diaspora Studies Program

College of Arts & Sciences

349 Curry Building

336-334-5507

www.uncg.edu/afs

 

Core and Affiliated Faculty

Tara T. Green, Professor and Director, African American and African Diaspora Studies Program

Omar Ali, Associate Professor, African American and African Diaspora Studies Program

Shelly L. Brown-Jeffy, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology

Michael Cauthen, Lecturer, African American and African Diaspora Studies Program

Sarah Jane Cervenak, Assistant Professor, Women's and Gender Studies and African American and African Diaspora Studies Programs

George Dimock, Associate Professor, Department of Art

Robin Gee, Associate Professor, Department of Dance

Cerise Glenn, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies

William D. Hart, Professor and Head, Department of Religious Studies

Colleen Kriger, Professor, Department of History

Noelle Morrissette, Associate Professor, Department of English

Elizabeth Perrill, Associate Professor, Department of Art

N. Frank Woods, Assistant Professor, African American and African Diaspora Studies Program

 

Mission Statement

The African American and African Diaspora Studies Program advances the university's commitment to diverse perspectives and inclusive learning environments through course offerings, programming, and community involvement. It fosters interdisciplinary study for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students by examining how people of African descent have shaped our world. As a program located in a city with a history of Black sociopolitical movements, we provide a forum to engage the complexities of Black life across African diasporas.


 

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