|►||African Studies Minor|
|►||Resources for Teachers|
The African Studies Program (ASP) at the University of Washington is an interdisciplinary program, fostering a better understanding of the African continent and its diaspora. Bringing together faculty from every UW location (Seattle, Tacoma, and Bothell), students are invited to take classes from a variety of disciplines. We offer a minor for undergraduate students. Click here to view the requirements for the minor and click here to see the course list for approved minor courses. We are very flexible in accepting credits towards the minor, encouraging students to engage in internships and study abroad programs that are associated with Africa.
We also foster an academic community for graduate students through our African Studies Colloquium, led by Mary Kay Gugerty, Professor of Public Affairs, which takes place 2-3 times per quarter. If you are interested to learn more about the colloquium, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome you to join our community and further your interest in Africa by connecting with others at the University of Washington that are committed to African areas of study.
African Studies is not a Department and we do not accept doctoral students. However PhD students from any department on campus can work with African Studies faculty on their committee. Please, see our list of affiliated faculty which highlights those faculty who are endorsed to chair doctoral supervisory committees and serve as a graduate student representative (GSR)
|African Studies Program|
|University of Washington|
|419 Thomson Hall|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|Ben Gardner / Chair|
|Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell|