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Africa and African American Studies

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The Program

Why Study African/and African American StudiesAfrican

The Courses

Minor in African and African American Studies

Faculty

Registration Form for the Minor Program

Useful Links

 

For More Information:
dsanders@njcu.edu

   

 

THE FACULTY

Deborah A. Sanders, Phd
Professor of African and African Studies

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dsanders@njcu.edu, 201-200-3153, Rossey 517

Dr. Sanders is Professor and Coordinator of the African and African American Studies Program. Dr. Sanders received a BA fromMorgan State University and Ph.D. at Howard University.She taught at Morgan State University, Lincoln University and the University of Zimbabwe before coming to New Jersey City University in 1988. Dr. Sanders has travelled extensively throughout Africa.

Courses : African American History, First Year Experience: Africa and African Americans, The Black Experience, Black Identity and Culture, African Diaspora, Modern Africa.


David Mulumba, MA
Associate Professor of African and African American Studies

dmulumba@njcu.edu, 201-200-3527, Rossey 534

Professor Mulumba is Associate Professor of African and African American Studies. He received a B.A (History) from Dartmouth College and M.A. (World History) at Northeastern University. Professor Mulumba did doctoral work at Rutgers University.

Courses: Introduction to African Civilization, African American History, Organization of African Unity Model Assembly

William J. Maxwell, PhD
Presdient Emeritus and Distinguished Service Professor of History

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wmaxwell@njcu.edu, 201-200-2121 Professional StudiesBuilding 402

Dr. Maxwell began teaching at New Jersey City University in 1964. He served as President of NJCU from 1974 until 1992. He has also been a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Afro-American Studies at Harvard University, 1993-1994.

Courses: African American History


Sharon Canty

Secretary, African and African American Studies

scanty@njcu.edu, 201-200-2253 Rossey 530