Fall 2023


AAS Course Page - Fall 2023


These course listings are subject to change. Courses with low enrollment may be canceled. The official system of record at the University of Virginia is the Student Information System (SIS). www.virginia.edu/sis. Make sure to discuss your curricular plan and academic progress report with your AAS major advisor during Advising Period, March 27 to April 7.



Rap on Trial

Thursday October 27 - Friday October 28th
Harrison Small Auditorium, Caplin Pavilion (UVA School of Law), and
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center

African Studies Colloquium Series: Ebony Coletu

Ebony Coletu is a scholar and writer based in Philadelphia and Accra. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University. As a Fulbright Scholar in Ghana she researched back-to-Africa initiatives led by Gold Coasters between 1898-1928. She also stages public memorials and conversations about little-known girls and women born in Ghana who died abroad in the name of a cause. Her current book project, Relentless Returns, chronicles a linked series of African invitations for diasporic return and investment in the early days of pan-Africanism.


Caribbean Borderlands:

Please join us as the Conversations in Caribbean Studies presents

"Caribbean Borderlands: Postnationalism Prefigured @20”

Friday October 7, 2022; 10am-12 noon

Bryan Hall 229

Featuring panels and roundtables in honor of the 20th anniversary of Prof. Carnegie’s book:


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