Philosophy, slavery, the blues, hip hop, civil rights. Cross boundaries and explore how the black experience differs around the globe.
What is black studies? Is it history? Philosophy? Art? Culture? Music? The Answer? It’s all of the above. More importantly, it’s diversity. Travel the world as you discover how the black experience has evolved, how it differs, and how it’s the same in different countries and cultures.
The minor in global black studies allows you to flex your interdisciplinary muscles, while also creating a complete experience. With courses in anthropology, history, literature, music, philosophy, political science, and sociology, the minor in global black studies will give you an experience that extends beyond college, allowing you to draw connections and gain skills that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
President’s Award for Public Art: Debora Martinez ’22
Hue TV, a conceptual and performance work by Martinez, is the President’s Award for Public Art selection for 2022 and will be on view on campus (and on Instagram) for the remainder of the spring 2023 semester.
Fatoumata Fadiga ’24 Named Future Nobel LaureateOne of ten selected for the 2022 Future Nobel Laureates Scholarship Program.
Professor Shaka McGlotten Named to HFPA Advisory BoardProfessor of Media Studies has been selected to join the advisory board for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the organization behind the Golden Globe Awards.