College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Government and History
DIANNE WHITE OYLER, Ph.D.
to my web site! I am an associate professor of History responsible
for teaching lower division courses in world history and upper division and
courses in African history. My major field of study is African history
with a emphasis in West Africa, and my minor field is African humanities.
I have spent a total of two years on the continent. I have visited or lived
in nine of the fifteen countries of West Africa including Senegal, the
Gambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, and Ghana.
I have traveled in Ethiopia and Eritrea in East Africa, Egypt in North Africa,
and in southern Africa, South Africa. For photos of my trips to Africa
Past Secretary Treasurer of the Liberian Studies Association.
syllabi can be found from my Teaching page.
OR BY APPOINTMENT
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Fayetteville State University
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