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Faculty: Department of African American Studies
vtgt - 03/04/2016 - 14:48
The Department of African American Studies offers the African American studies concentration for undergraduates with a strong interest in studying the complex interplay between political, economic, and cultural forces shaping the historic achievements and struggles of African-descended people in the United States and their relationship to others around the world.
vtgt - 03/04/2016 - 15:12
Faculty: Program in African American Studies
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 14:20
The Program in African American Studies was founded on the assumption that the study of African American history and culture and of the role that race has played in shaping the life and the institutions of the United States is central to an American liberal education. Given the continuing and evolving centrality of race in American political, economic, social, and cultural life, and indeed, in every region of the world, reflection on race and on the distinctive experiences of black people is indispensable for all Princeton students as global citizens.
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 14:24
Faculty: Program in African Studies
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 14:50
Princeton's Certificate in African Studies, offered by the Program in African Studies, provides opportunities to all Princeton students, regardless of major, to learn about the continent. The program offers classes in Africa's political, economic, and social history; built environments and urban geographies; ecology, genetic diversity, and epidemiological concerns. The program also offers classes in Africa's vibrant art scenes, past and present, where literature, music, and art have come to define a new post-colonial African cosmopolitanism.
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 14:54
Faculty: Program in American Studies
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 16:33
The Program in American Studies is an interdepartmental plan of study. Combining a wide range of disciplines, the Program aims to give students an understanding of American society--its culture, its institutions, its intellectual traditions, and the relationships among its diverse people. We encourage study and debate about America’s place in the world and the world in America, as well as what it means to grapple with the horizons and limits of its democratic aspirations. The Princeton Program in American Studies, founded in 1942, is one of the
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 16:35
Faculty: Department of Anthropology
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 18:22
Information and Departmental Plan of Study
Students who wish to concentrate in anthropology must take one anthropology course (any level) prior to junior year or have permission from the departmental representative.
A sophomore may apply for early concentration through consultation with the departmental representative.
vtgt - 03/08/2016 - 18:27