National Council for Black Studies

NCBS Call For Papers
Forty Years of Black Studies in the Local, National and Global Spaces: Past Accomplishments and New Directions

Deadline: January 15, 2016

 NCBS 40th Annual Conference

Omni Charlotte Hotel - Charlotte, NC
March 16-19, 2016

Student Essay Contest - Enter Now!

Deadline: January 4, 2016

International Journal of Africana Studies

Submissions Now Accepted

Celebrating Student Excellence

Honor Society Nominations, Fellows Programs

New Positions Posted!
Looking for a new Faculty Position? We might have just what you are looking for. Miami University (Oxford, Oh),
University of MIssouri, Western Washington University, California State University, San Francisco State, Michigan State University, University of Pittsburgh, Inidiana University and more, all have new positions available. Check them out!

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International Journal of Africana Studies
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 What can I do with a Black Studies major?   

The interdisciplinary field of Blacks Studies—alternatively called African American Studies, Afro-American Studies, Africana Studies, Pan African Studies, or Black World Studies, depending on the school where it is offered---is a relative newcomer on the academic scene and its proponents have had to defend its theoretical underpinnings and practicality, something which the traditional liberal arts fields are also challenged to do but not to the same extent.

Robert Fikes, Jr., Librarian at San Diego State University has meticulously updated and expanded a fourth edition of “What Can I Do With a Black Studies Major?” which more than doubles the number of persons listed in the third edition and further establishes the viability of a Black Studies degree in the job market and as a stepping stone to most fields of graduate study.

This latest edition adds more than three hundred professionals who earned degrees in Black Studies. Among the new additions are 28 doctors, a Pulitzer Prize winner, 2 judges, 2 U.S. Ambassadors, 2 mayors, 5 Rhodes Scholars, 6 college presidents, a sommelier (wine steward), a sports photographer, 3 beauty queens, 5 filmmakers, a Rabbi, a Catholic priest, a sculptor, and a comic book artist.

To learn more about what you can do with a Black Studies Major, Download your own copy here.

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Department of Africana Studies
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Cincinnati, OH 45221


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