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Africana Studies Program

Welcome to the Africana Studies Program at Tulane University

The Africana Studies Program at Tulane embraces interdisciplinary methodologies for the study of Africa and its diasporas across the globe, as well as for the critical study of race and anti-Black racism. The Program supports faculty and students who study Black experiences through teaching, research, scholarship, artistic expression, academic initiatives, public programming, and community engagement. As the one academic unit on campus that centers Blackness and the critical study of race, our work amplifies the significance of Black history, the beauty of Black creativity, the power of Black resistance, and a commitment to Black freedom. It also fosters the critical conversations about systemic and structural racism necessary for cultivating an anti-racist campus community.

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Mia Bagneris, Director of Africana Studies, Tulane University School of Liberal Arts


Newcomb Art Department
Program Director, Africana Studies
307 Woldenberg Art Center

Upcoming Events

Rebecca Hall at Tulane University Program for Africana Studies

Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts Dr. Rebecca Hall

Public Fireside Chat moderated by Dr. Laura Roseanne Adderly, Thursday, March 24th, 6 p.m.
Lavin-Bernick Center, Qatar Ballroom Room 212

 The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts

Black Studies Book Club Meeting Join Dr. Rebecca Hall in discussion

Friday, March 25th, 11:30 a.m.
Registration Limited

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A copy of Dr. Hall's book is available for all registered participants. Please pick up your copy at the Africana Studies office (300F Hebert Hall).

A new ongoing series sponsored by the Africana Studies Program, Black Studies Book Club features scholars whose recent publications have shifted the conversation in our field.

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