Program Highlight

The Gambia

Field study and study-abroad programs are offered in The Gambia, West Africa.

Sean H. Reid '07, "Un Comptoir Oublié: Reconstruction of a French Trading Post called Albreda on the Gambia River 1681-1857."

An exploration of the historical, physical, and cultural dimensions of Albreda, which has been designated and protected as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO as a related site to James Island.

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Spring 2014 Courses:

  • AADS 214: Africa and the African Diaspora
  • ANTH 360: Kinship and Social Organization
  • ANTH 390: Cultures of Africa
  • EDUC 206: Child in America
  • ENGL 430: Scream & Shout: Lit & Music of Soc Pt
  • HIST 317: In Our Times, 1945 to the Present
  • HIST 361: African Civilization 1800-1900
  • HIST 401: The Caribbean Experience
  • ILCF: 364: Testimony, Memory and Literature: Writing about Rawanda
  • TFMS 202: Introduction to Film and Media Studies
  • TFMS 251: Traditional West African Dance
  • TFMS 260: Hip Hop
  • TFMS 326: World Cinema
  • TFMS 420: Mediated Bodies

Courses in African and African Diaspora Studies:

  • AADS 214: Africa and the African Diaspora (4S)
  • ANTH 303: The Gambia, West Africa Field Study Program (8ASu)
  • ANTH 348: African-American Culture (4AS)
  • ANTH 360: Kinship and Social Organization (4AS)
  • ANTH 390: Cultures of Africa (4AF)
  • ECON 425: The Econometrics (4AS)
  • ENGL 23o: Literature by Minorities in America (4AS)
  • ENGL 365: Multicultural American Literature
  • ENGL 430: American Literature and Music as Social Protest
  • ILCS 363: Literature of the African Diaspora (4)
  • HIST 317: In Our Times, 1945 to the Present (4AF)
  • HIST 360: Early African Civilization (4AF)
  • HIST 361: African Civilization 1800-1900 (4AF)
  • HIST 369: The History of Apartheid (4AS)
  • HIST 400: Comparative Slave Systems in the Americas (4AF)
  • HIST 401: The Caribbean Experience (4AS)
  • HIST 415: Topics in American History (In Fall 2000: Civil Rights Movement)
  • HIST 419: African American History in America (4AS)
  • IDIS 316: Black Film (4AS)
  • POSC 336: Politics of Southern Africa (4F)
  • RELG 220: Foundations of Islam (4S)
  • SOCI 320: Sociology of the Family (4F)
  • SOCI 347: Minorities (4AF)
  • TFMS 200: Theater in History (4AF)
  • TFMS 220: Introduction to Film and Media Studies (4)
  • TFMS 251: Introduction to Traditional African Dance (4F)
  • TFMS 258: Dance in History (4A)
  • TFMS 325: Documentary Practices (4AS)