Ba african and african american studies in Duke university
The Department of African & African American Studies (AAAS) is Duke s center for interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship on Africa and people of African descent around the world, in particular the Black Atlantic. Duke hosts anthropologists, humanists, political scientists, historians, sociologists, geneticists, scholars of the performing arts and literature whose work engages questions of race, class, gender, sexuality, politics and the law to study the conditions and experiences of Africans and communities of the African diaspora.
Common Application or Coalition Application, Official Transcripts, Three Letters of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, Personal Essay, Interview, Visa Information
Researcher, Activist, Teacher, Librarian, Historian, Media and publishing, International relations
Emphasis on social, political, and economic change in 20th century Africa; with further emphasis upon the roles of modernization, urbanization, and the emergence of contemporary African states.
Translator or Interpreter,Museum/gallery curator,Secondary school teacher,foreign language teachers,Social worker,Travel consultant.