[Blackstudies-l] Fwd: H-Afro-Am: Department of Africology at UWM is accepting applications for PhD program [discussion]

Emilye Crosby crosby at geneseo.edu
Thu Nov 12 08:55:12 EST 2015



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> Subject: H-Afro-Am: Department of Africology at UWM is accepting applications for PhD program [discussion]
> Date: November 12, 2015 8:50:20 AM EST
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> Greetings Emilye Crosby,
> A new discussion has been posted in H-Afro-Am.
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> Department of Africology at UWM is accepting applications for PhD program
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> by Anika Wilson
> The Department of Africology of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is accepting applications for our PhD Program.
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> Applications received by Dec. 1 receive first consideration for admission and funding.
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> The mission of the Department of Africology is inquiry into the cultures, societies, and political economies of the people of African origin and descent. Africology as a discipline encompasses Africa and the African diaspora and researches societies across the globe. In research and teaching, the Department of Africology draws together knowledge of these communities and societies that spans generations and spatial divides in order to gain insights, to examine continuities and breaks, and to critique and generate theories.
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> Out of our mission comes a commitment to pedagogy and the development of critical thinking and new scholarship. The department’s faculty command a range of expertise in areas of political economy, international studies, English, political inquiry, psychological and sociological inquiry, history, and folklore. Faculty members are engaged in innovative research, producing knowledge in many realms: comparative studies of women, black societies in the Americas and Africa, African and African-derived religions, folklore, family and marriage practices, economic and financial issues in underdeveloped areas, racial socialization, literary history and oral traditions, and class, ethnicity and nationalism.
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> Contact Anika Wilson at awilson at uwm.edu for more information and see the link below for a link to the Application, The Africology Graduate Program handbook, the Graduate Bulletin, and information on financial support, tuition, and fees.
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> http://uwm.edu/africology/graduate/
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> Please have you letters of recommendation sent to:
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> Prof. Anika Wilson
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> Department of Africology
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> P.O. Box 413
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> Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
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Emilye Crosby
Professor
History Department
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
(585) 245-5375 (office)
crosby at geneseo.edu



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