• Hannah and AFS Banner

    Hannah Dallman '17 - AFS Banner Carrier

  • Katie and Beau

    Congratulations to Katie Aloisi '16 & Beauregard A. Charles I '16

  • Chelsea and Joey

    Congratulations to Chelsea Johnson '17 & Joey Recupero '17

  • Prof. Linus Nyiwul

    Prof. Linus Nyiwul wins the Thompson Distinguished Teaching Award

  • Williams Social Change

    Dr. Williams takes his education for social change class to DC where they visited the capital city pcs to see a social justice curriculum in action

  • Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs gives lecture on Grassroots Activism

    Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs gives lecture on Grassroots Activism

  • Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and students following lecture on Grassroots Activism

    Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and students following lecture on Grassroots Activism

  • 2017 Emerging Scholars Conference

    2017 Emerging Scholars Conference. Read more.

  • 2017 Emerging Scholars Conference

    2017 Emerging Scholars Conference. Read more.

  • 2017 Emerging Scholars Conference

    2017 Emerging Scholars Conference. Read more.

  • Emerging Scholars

    Emerging Scholars in Africana Studies.

  • Prof. Chipo Dendere

    Can you tweet your way to democracy? Read about Prof. Chipo Dendere.

  • Celebrating 30 years

    Celebrating 30 years of Africana Studies at Gettysburg College. Read More.

  • Charlotte Vuyiswa McClain-Nhlapo

    Charlotte Vuyiswa McClain-Nhlapo delivers the 11th Annual Derrick K. Gondwe Memorial Lecture

Celebrating 30 Years: 1986 – 2016

Africana Studies Program

Africana Studies combines a traditional liberal arts perspective with interdisciplinary skills of investigation, analysis, and communication for students of all backgrounds.

Africana Studies offers both a major and a minor.

Find out more about our programs, explore the courses offered, and meet our faculty.

Alumni Spotlight

Lauren H. Roedner ’13Laura Roedner

Lauren Roedner double majored in History and Africana Studies and minored in Civil War Era Studies. Upon graduation in May 2013, she accepted a position at Musselman Library at Gettysburg College focusing on the college’s open access institutional repository, The Cupola. She also managed the archival collection at the Adams County Historical Society in Gettysburg. Recently, she moved to Washington, D.C., to work in the Office of Cultural Heritage as a Museum Curator, for the State Department.

Faculty Author Video Series

Prof. Jennifer Bloomquist discusses her linguistics research.


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