Africana studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines people and cultures of African origin and explores their movement throughout the world. At SUNY Cortland, you’ll gain in-depth understanding of Africa and the African Diaspora and insight into contemporary global issues facing Africana people.
Independent research with a faculty mentor is a central part of your academic experience. You will have opportunities to present your research at national conferences or to co-author a scholarly paper with your professor. You also can gain first-hand knowledge of Africa through study abroad programs in Ghana and Kenya.
Africana studies opens up a wide range of career and graduate school options — in business, government, media, teaching, social services, the nonprofit sector and many other fields.
June 29, 2021
Toddlers to teens cultivate ideas they need to understand their world.
June 24, 2021
The Beloved Community Narratives Project wins an award as it expands in Moffett Center.
May 31, 2021
Faculty, staff and administrations may register for the event that runs from June 1 to June 3.
May 4, 2021
African tradition grows stronger for students of color.
April 2, 2021
Rachael Forester ’12, M ’14 delivers the keynote speech at the student-organized conference.
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