Global Africana Studies Experience
Program Type: UA Faculty-led
Credit Type: UA Direct Credit
Level of Study: Graduate , Undergraduate
Class Eligibility: Freshman , Graduate , Junior , Senior , Sophomore
Language of Instruction: English
Program Open To: UA Students
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This program will run again for Spring Break 2025!
The Global Africana Studies Experience offers students the unique opportunity to spend just over a week in Paris, France, where they experience key course material come alive! Students visit well-known and beloved locations like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, but also significant African American expatriate sites such as jazz clubs, ethnic neighborhoods, and restaurants as well as other significant locations where Black artists, entertainers and intellectuals worked, played or lived.
The Global Africana Studies Experience is led by Dr. Bryan Carter, Associate Professor in Africana Studies at the University of Arizona.
Students will earn 1 credit of AFAS 497P for participation in this program.
Arizona International scholarships:
- Check your department's and college's websites for scholarship opportunities, or ask your academic advisor!
- Department of Africana Studies scholarships
- College of Humanities Scholarships
- Department of French Studies scholarships
- SILLC Global Award Fund
View a past Global Africana Studies Experience project below:
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