The African-American studies minor at MBC uses an inter-disciplinary approach to critically analyze, interpret, and research the history and culture of people of the African Diaspora. This minor provides resources for understanding African-Americans and African descended peoples in the broad context of cultural developments in the Americas generally and the United States specifically. Students use theoretical and practical models drawn from African-American studies, history, philosophy, politics, literature, sociology, music, and the arts.
African-American studies is available as a minor.
African-American studies is a part of MBC’s School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.
Related disciplines: History, Historic Preservation, Public History, Psychology, English, Religion, Philosophy, and Education .