Comps, honors papers, and prize-winning works of the Africana Studies program are featured here. All works have been self-submitted by the student authors. Descriptive information about each work is available to search or browse. Access to the full text of the works is limited to current Carleton affiliates with faculty permission. Learn more about how to submit your work and how to request access to the full text of works.

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Submissions from 2015

Lindsey Kay Walters, Obruni! Obruni!: African American Experiences in Ghana and the Politics of Diaspora, 2016, African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Submissions from 2012

David Tullis, Masked Identity: Reinventing Tradition Through Lágbájá’s Musical Performance, 2012, African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Submissions from 2011

Alice Southworth Melton, Foreign Aid in Sub-Saharan Africa: Eastern and Western Approaches and What Can Be Learned From Them, 2011, African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Submissions from 2010

Kenneth Wayne Coleman, For Black Youth Who've Considered Hip-Hop when their Social Realities became too Tough: An Analysis of Contemporary Commercialized Rap Music, 2010, African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Submissions from 2009

Elizabeth Nguyen, Alternatives in dialogue and race, 2009, African/African American Studies (AFAM)