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Black Studies Program

Department Overview

The purpose of the Black Studies Program is to introduce students to the history, culture, art, social relationships, and political, religious, and economic experiences of Black people in Africa, the Americas, and elsewhere in the world, and to explore new approaches -- in perspectives, analyses and interdisciplinary techniques -- appropriate to the study of the Black experience.

黑人研究经常与传统学科有关的关键关系。它的学者使用传统和非传统方法工具来追求假设非洲人民和文化的知识,非洲侨民准确地了解世界。黑黝黝研究计划的课程在摩托车上提升了大学的自由艺术传统,承认实证主义者,比较,进步,现代主义和后现代主义者,后殖民和非线电心目处的方法。

60-Second Lectures on Racial Injustice

为了扩大普罗特的消息ts, Penn Arts & Sciences presents a special series: What Happens to a Dream Deferred? 60-Second Lectures on Racial Injustice. This set of short talks spotlights the history and contemporary manifestations of racism in the U.S., Black lives and culture, and the range of factors that have contributed to this moment.

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Alumni Highlights

Learn more about recent alumni.

校友和学生亮点
Ashia Troiano '11
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