Welcome to the Africana Studies Department
The Africana Studies Department is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary field of inquiry which is focused upon the social and cultural histories, politics, literatures, economics, environment, and psychology of African Diasporas' people in the Americas, Africa, and the Caribbean. Its broad educational goal is to document and disseminate a specialized body of knowledge about the Pan-African experience with a special emphasis on human equality in American society.
- The 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr/ Amilcar Cabral Commemorative Program
- The Boston Pan African Forum Spotlight in Haiti and Cuba Pan African Crisis in the Caribbean
- Chancellor Greets Cabo Verde President José Maria Neves for Annual MLK Jr., Amilcar Cabral Commemorative Program
- Five Students, Alumni Named to Fulbright US Student Program
- SSL Awards Second Round of Seed Grants and Summer Funding for Anti-Racist Research
Giving to UMass Boston
Support the Africana Studies Department with a gift to the UMass Boston Fund.