These faculty are members of the steering committee for the African Studies concentration. Links direct you to faculty profile pages in their home department.
- Socio-cultural anthropology, political economy, capitalism, development, business, work, education, cities, gender, race, ethnography, Africa, United States
Assistant Professor of Political Science
- Comparative politics, African politics, behavioral and development economics, and research methods.
David Chioni Moore
Associate Professor, International Studies and English
- Literary interactions in the Black Atlantic world, notably Africa, the Caribbean, and African America; post-colonial and/as the post-Soviet; comparative literature; cultural theory; globalization.
James Wallace Professor of International Studies
- Global political economy; political and social theory; African politics; leadership and the state; Somali studies; Islam and globalization.
Associate Dean, Institute for Global Citizenship, office in Markim 107; Professor of Anthropology
- Socio-cultural anthropology, gender, migration and refugees, political conflict, research methods, Africa, Europe, North America
Professor, French and Francophone Studies
- Focuses on 20th-21st-century French and francophone literature and culture; Haitian literature and culture; French and Francophone Cinema; Postcolonial identities; Immigration; Violence in France and the francophone world.