African American Studies Program
Dr. Maceo Crenshaw Dailey Director of African American Studies Program
"We must change the system of education and instruction. Unfortunately history has shown us that brotherhood must be learned, when it should be natural." Josephine Baker
The African American Studies Program provides for individuals of all backgrounds a humanistic lens and course of study for analysis of the black experience. Research, teaching, and related academic and social activities focus on African American history and culture and the attendant complexities of "race" relations in Texas, the American southwest, the nation, and the Diaspora .
New Spring 2014 course: "The Birth of Hip Hop & Rap: Arson, B-boys, Taggers, and DJs"
New Spring 2014 course: "Afro-Mexico: A History of Race and Gender Relations from the Colonial Period"
UTEP Reps Recognized at YWCA 'Justice' Event.
2012 Black History Month Events
2011 Women Behind The Camera Event
2011 News and Black History Month Events Women's History Month Event for 2010 Featured Literary Conference on Black Women Writers of the Diaspora! April 15-16 2010 News and Black History Month Events for 2010 Calendar of Events for Black History Month 2010
Faculty & Staff
Outreach & Services
Black Student Union (BSU)
Dr. Quintard Taylor, African Americans in the West
El Paso Buffalo Soldiers Motocycle Club
College of Liberal Arts
Faculty & Staff Directories
IT Help Desk
UTEP Handbook of Operating Procedures