Together, Columbia University and Barnard College have one of the strongest faculties in the United States. Our "core faculty" members are either appointed at the Institute, or have an appointment as a research fellow within the Institute. A number of faculty members work closely with the Institute, cross-listing their courses as part of the African-American Studies curriculum and participating in the events and programs sponsored by the Institute; they are the Institute's "affiliated faculty". The core faculty of the African-American Studies Program:
The "affiliated faculty" of the African-American Studies Program include:
English and Comparative Literature
Undergraduate Director, African-American Studies Program
George Bond, Anthropology and Education.
Maguette Camara, Dance.
Ann Douglas, English and Comparative Literature.
Barbara Fields, History.
Eric Foner, History.
Coco Fusco, Visual Arts.
Fredrick C. Harris, Political Science
Carl Hart, Psychology/Clinical Psychiatry
Kellie Jones, Art History & Archaeology
International and Public Affairs
Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies and Literature
George E. Lewis, Music Department.
Mahmood Mamdani, Anthropology, Political Science
Lionel C. McIntyre, Architecture, Planning & Preservation;
Rupp Assoc. Professor in Practice of Community Development.
Gregory Mann, History.
Robert O'Meally, English and Comparative Literature.
Director, Center for Jazz Studies.
Dorian T. Warren, Assistant Professor - Political Science and the School of International and Public Affairs
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