Harold Cruse Typewriter
Harold Cruse, author of "Crisis of the Negro Intellectual" was a former director of the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies now the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies.
Malcolm and Martin
Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., by Inge Hardison. Donated by Dr. James L. Curtis.
Assorted drums donated to DAAS over the last 40 years by faculty members and visiting guests.
Jacob Lawrence Prints
The Book of Genesis print series by Jacob Lawrence. Donated by Dr. James L. Curtis.
Welcome to DAAS!
Established in 1970, the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS) is an interdisciplinary program of research, instruction, and community outreach. Our intellectual mission is to participate in and reflect on emerging directions in the study and representation of the diverse cultures, experiences and societies of Africans and peoples of African descent across the African continent and diaspora. To learn more about our wonderful community of scholars and students as well as our many innovative programs, please browse our website. Note the link to our current newsletter to your right.
- Anne Pitcher receives Honorable Mention December 6, 2013
- DAAS Mourns Nelson Mandela December 6, 2013
- Derek Peterson Wins Melville J. Herskovits Award November 25, 2013
- 06:00 PM
- Theme Semester Lecture Series: Ship Sister to Mannish Woman: Queer Indo-Caribbean Biomythographies
Speaker: Aliyah Khan, Assistant professor of English Language and Literature and Afroamerican and African Studies