University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee/Department of Africology

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee/Department of Africology Welcome to the Department of Africology! The department's faculty command a range of expertise in areas of political economy, international studies, English, political inquiry, psychological and sociological inquiry, history, and folklore.

Faculty members are engaged in innovative research, producing knowledge in many realms: comparative studies of women, black societies in the Americas and Africa, African and African-derived religions, folklore, family and marriage practices, economic and financial issues in underdeveloped areas, racial socialization, literary history and oral traditions, and class, ethnicity and nationalism.

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The PhD in the Department of Africology at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee (UWM) is unique among PhD programs in Africology by providing a field of concentration in political economy and public policy. It also offers a concentration in cultures and societies of Africa and the Diaspora.

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3203 N Downer Ave
Milwaukee, WI
53211

Yes - numerous different Milwaukee county transit routes that serve the campus

General information

The Department of Africology is now accepting applications for its fourth cohort of graduate students. We offer two fields of concentration. The first is Political Economy and Public Policy; the second is Culture and Society: Africa & the African Diaspora. Further information about the program can be found at www4.uwm.edu/letsci/africology/graduate/graduate.cfm. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the undergraduate coordinator, Professor Sandra Jones, at 414-229-4641 or [email protected] or the graduate coordinator, Professor Jeffrey Sommers, at 414-229-4155 or [email protected]

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Am finishing my bachelor of laws course this December. Iam interested in Masters program in africology, how do i apply?
Iam interested in Masters program in africology, how do i apply?
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