- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Africana studies prepares students, not only as adept critical thinkers, presenters, and researchers, but also as valuable global citizens. Because Africana studies is a multidisciplinary department, we offer courses to students of any major—knowledge to expand your worldview and deepen understanding of people of African ancestry.
Why Study Africana Studies at Oberlin?
- AAST 101 - Introduction to the Black Experience 4 credits
- AAST 245 - The Harlem Renaissance 4 credits
- AAST 346 - Contemporary African American Literature: 1960-Present 4 credits
- AAST 347 - Culture, History, and Identity: Caribbean Literature and the Politics of Survival 4 credits
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