The African/African American Studies Minor enables students to conduct an in-depth study on the peoples and cultures of Africa and its huge Diaspora, particularly the African American population. To do this, the Minor combines faculty expertise from a variety of disciplines to give students a deeper understanding of not only the origin of but also the dynamic cultural mix that now constitutes the African Diaspora.
For a formal description of the program, visit Truman's course catalog.
To discuss any questions about the minor program, please contact the Chair or other committee members.
Program Committee Members
|Full name||Email address||Role||Department||Office||Phone|
|Camara, Sanafirstname.lastname@example.org||Member||Classical and Modern Languages||MC 318||660-785-4058|
|Hirsch, Jerryemail@example.com||Member||History||MC 206D||660-785-4690|
|Orel, Sarafirstname.lastname@example.org||Chair||Art||OP 2221||660-785-4419|
|Quinn, Johnemail@example.com||Member||Political Science||MC 111A||660-785-4578|
Click here to view or print the African/African-American Studies Minor program worksheet.