What can an Africana studies minor do for you?
Study the traditions and experiences of people of African descent all over the world in our Africana Studies minor.
History, philosophy, political science, economics, anthropology, sociology, literature, music and theatre come together to help you understand and analyze key aspects of black life in Africa, the Caribbean and the United States.
In our culturally diverse society, it's essential to become familiar with African, African-American, and Caribbean cultures, traditions and values.
Faculty from a range of academic disciplines teach in our Africana Studies minor. From a history professor, you'll learn how the Civil Rights movement actually began in the 1860s. From a music professor, you'll take a closer look at the development of jazz. With a philosophy professor, you'll compare Plato's Republic to HBO's The Wire.
No matter your background, Africana Studies will expand your worldview and enhance your understanding of your own heritage in interaction with other cultures.
The course catalog is the compilation of all the amazing classes and programs being offered at Susquehanna during a given academic year. For more information about the courses being offered, programs available, and much more, download the catalog and dig in.See the 2020-2021 Course Catalog
"I wholeheartedly will say that the Africana studies program was one of the best decisions I made."
"Understanding people who are different from you stimulates thoughtful discussion, connections and provokes a different form of academic achievement."
"The program has expanded my worldview and helped me to understand more about my own culture."