Specialty areas: African history, African liberation movements, Religion in Africa. Research areas: African literary and cultural nationalist movements, African interactions with the so-called “West”.
Office: BA 118B Phone: 442-4830 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kwadwo A. Sarfoh Associate Professor
Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati
Specialty areas: African Resource Development, Developmental Economics, and West African History and Politics
Research areas: The Process of Development in Africa with emphasis on Population Mobility and Migration, African Immigrants in the United States, and Water Resources in Africa.
Excellence in Professional Service Awardee
Office: BA 118C Phone:442-4725 email@example.com
Dr. Ibram Rogers Assistant Professor
Ph.D. from Temple University
Specialty Area: African American History and Thought
Research Areas: Black Campus Movement, Black Student Activism, Racial History of Higher Education, History of Africana Studies, Civil Rights and Black Power Studies, American Intellectual History.
Office: BA118E Phone:442-4729 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Leonard A. Slade, Jr. Professor
Ph.D. from the University of Illinois
Specialty areas: Black Literature, Poetry, Creative Writing, 19th Century American Literature (Herman Melville), English Composition and Rhetoric, The Black Essay, English Education, Textual Editing, American Literary Bibliography
Research areas: Black American Poetry, George Moses Horton (First Black Poet of the South).
Collins Fellow and Citizen Academic Laureate
Excellence in Teaching Awardee
Office: BA 118A Phone:442-4726 mailto:LSlade@albany.edu
Dr. Marcia Sutherland Associate Professor
Ph.D. from Howard University
Specialty areas: African (Black) Psychology, The Social and Psychological Development of Black Children, and Research Methods.
Research areas: Caribbean Immigrants in the United Kingdom, African (Black) Psychology from a Global Perspective, and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa and in the Diaspora.