Digital History at Ursinus

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN AFRICANA Nov 2012 POSTER 1 MNK.pdf
“New Developments in Africana Studies” was the first event presented by the AAAS Program in collaboration with the Modern Languages Department. The flyer you see here was a preliminary flyer created by Dr. Keita’s son and was later renamed “Trends in…

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In collaboration with the History and Music department, the AAAS program helped create the Riding the Wave, Creating the Vibe Series. This three-event series is connected to MUS/HIST-203 The Expense of Musical Appropriation and the Dividends of…

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“Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice” was a film screening one presented by the African American Africana Studies on March 13, 2012 in Pfahler Auditorium. This was a transitional time for the program as the most recent coordinator of the program, Dr.…

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A picture of Dr. Edward Onaci (History professor and AAAS professor).

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Issues in American Studies (AMST-200) is an American Studies course offered as an elective of the African American and Africana Studies (AAAS) Program minor. The course is an introduction to American Studies aiming to engage students in the…

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Dr. Jasmine Harris (middle) is pictured in the Ursinus College Ruby Yearbook of 2017. Dr. Harris is an Assistant Professor of African American and Africana Studies, Anthropology and Sociology. Dr. Harris specializes in teaching African American…

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Dr. Patricia Lott (second to left top row) is pictured in the Ursinus College Ruby Yearbook of 2017. Dr. Lott is an Assistant Professor of American Studies, African American and Africana Studies, and English at Ursinus. Dr. Lott specializes in…

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Photograph from Ursinus College website of Dr. Lynne Edwards, a distinguished Media and Communications Studies professor.

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Health in the City (HEP-360) is a course taught in the Philadelphia Experience program. The intention of the course is to study how health problems and processes interact. The location of the course is intentional, Philadelphia has a diverse…

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The introduction course to African American and Africana Studies is the core requirement for the AAAS minor. This course is currently taught by Dr. Patricia Lott and is offered approximately every two years. Students in the course read a variety of…
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