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Graduate Students

Indiana University alumnae with Africa-focused Ph.D.s or with master’s degrees in African Studies are employed in institutions of higher education, in non-governmental and non-profit organizations, and in government across the United States and in Africa. Current African Studies students are enrolled in a range of departments and professional schools at Indiana University, as shown below.

African Studies

Chinedu Amaefula

cuamaefu

Molly Keough

mdkeogh

Susan Kavaya

skavaya

African Studies / Public and Environmental Affairs

Jessica Johnson

johnjely

Kehinde Ligali

kligali

Anthropology

Lewis Addison Bradford

lewbradf

Norihide Furukawa

norifuru

Sarah Monson

smonson

Kristin Otto

krotto

Jenny Parker

jlp2

Art History

Rebecca Fenton

rcfenton

Jessica Hurd

jehurd

Comparative Literature

Michael Montesano

mmontesa

Mustapha Ndour

mndour

Moussa Thiao

mthiao

Natasha Vaubel

nvaubel

Education

A'ame Joslin

ajoslin

Justin Wild

jcwild

Folklore and Ethnomusicology

Carinna Friesen

cfriesen

Cheikh Lo

chelo

Angela Scharfenberger

ascharfe

Oliver Shao

oshao

History

Khaled Esseissah

khaledm

Natalie Gwishiri

nmgwishi

Kyle Liston

kliston

Samson Ndanyi

skndanyi

Avenel Rolfsen

akrolfse

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

Goodwill Apiyo

gapiyo

Kwesi Brown

kwebrown

Godfred Antwi

gantwi

Linguistics

Jonathan Anderson

andersjc

Boubacar Diakite

bdiakite

Fabienne Diouf

fdiouf

Beatrice Okelo

bokelo

Near Eastern Languages & Cultures

Nana Bentil-Mawusi

nbentilm

Political Science

Kirk Harris

kirkharr

Cathryn Johnson

catejohn

Tonya Kenny

tonkenny

Terrence Thorpe

trthorpe

Josef Woldense

jwoldens

Religious Studies

Emily Stratton

strattoe

School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Stefan Carpenter

stefcarp