Events Calendar

  • Thu, Jan 28
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    Eye On Africa Speaker Series | MSU
    The Contribution of Forests and the Challenges to Address Deforestation: Evidence fo Zambia - Presenter: Dr. Johanne Pelletier, TNC-Atkinson Center for Sustainability
  • Thu, Jan 28
    Watch LIVE on the ARF YouTube Channel
    New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia Series | UC Berkeley
    Animals in the Kerma Afterlife: Animal Burials and Ritual at Abu Fatima Cemetery, Sudan: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia" - Presenter: Dr. Shayla Monroe, UC, Santa Barbara
  • Mon, Feb 01
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Violence, Media, and Remaking Sovereignty in Revolutionary Ghana. Presenter: Professor Jesse Weaver Shipley, Dartmouth College. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper a week in advance. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Wed, Feb 03
    Webinar | Register for Link
    Global Read Webinar Series 2021: Africana Book Award
    Join us for the Africana Book Webinar, part of the Global Read Webinar Series, for a presentation on the winning book "Hector" by Adrienne Wright.
  • Thu, Feb 04
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    Eye On Africa Speaker Series | MSU
    The Interdependence of Human Rights in Mental Health in Ghana: Why Breaking the Chains Is Not Enough - Presenters: Dr. Ursula M. Read, Kings College London & Dr. Lily Kpobl, University of Ghana
  • Sat, Feb 06
    Zoom - Register for Link
    Culture, Connections, and Communities: Teaching about the Swahili Coast | Boston U
    In this professional development workshop, middle school, high school, and college educators will learn about the history of the Swahili coast and gain strategies and resources to emphasize cultural connections and the ways they shaped local communities.
  • Mon, Feb 08
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Presenting: Of Flags and Forebearers: Chimurenga and the Shape of Protest in Zimbabwe. Presenter: Professor Kathryn Takabvriwa, University of Chicago. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper a week in advance. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Thu, Feb 11
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    Eye On Africa Speaker Series | MSU
    Constitution Making in Africa, Inclusiveness, Accountability, and Development - Presenter: Dr. Muna Ndulo, Cornell Law School
  • Thu, Feb 18
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    Eye On Africa Speaker Series | MSU
    Art Heritage and Resilience in South Sudan: A Gendered View - Presenter: Dr. Tasmin Bradley, University of Portsmouth
  • Thu, Feb 18
    Watch LIVE on the ARF YouTube Channel
    New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia Series | UC Berkeley
    Sacred Dancers: Nubian Women as Priestesses of Hathor: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia" - Presenter: Dr. Solange Ashby, Barnard College
  • Mon, Feb 22
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Eskia Mphahlele, Chemchemi and Pan-African literary publics - Presenter: Christoper Ouma, University of Cape Town *Register in advance to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Thu, Feb 25
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    Eye On Africa Speaker Series | MSU
    “When Women Wear Slacks”: Gender and Embodied Nationalism in Africa - Presenter: Dr. Jacqueline-Bethel Tchouta Mougoué. The University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Mon, Mar 08
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Arbitrary States: Social control and modern authoritarianism in Museveni's Uganda - Presenter: Rebecca Tapscott, London School of Economics. *Register in advance to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Mon, Mar 15
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Musseque City: Urban Autochthony in Luanda - Presenter: Claudia Gastrow, University of Johannesburg. *Register early to receive presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Mon, Mar 22
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    The Archives of False Prophets: Delusional Worldmaking in a West African Psychiatric Hospital - Presenter: Nana Osei Quarshie, Yale. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Sat, Apr 03
    Virtual | Register for Link
    Asserting Identity in Children and Youth Literature | Howard University
    SAVE THE DATE! Join us for the 6th annual teacher workshop, a collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University and the Center for African Studies at Howard University, with additional support from the Howard University School of Education.
  • Mon, Apr 05
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Epistemologies of Nature - Presenter: Yayra Sumah, Harvard. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Mon, Apr 05
    Watch LIVE on the ARF YouTube Channel
    New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia Series | UC Berkeley
    "Like the Coming of the Winds": Kushite Pharaohs and their Armies in the Near East: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia" - Presenter: Dr. Jeremy Pope, College of William and Mary
  • Mon, Apr 12
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Heineken in Africa: an Island of Perfection in a Sea of Misery? - Presenter: Olivier Van Beeman, Dutch Investigative Journalist. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Mon, Apr 19
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Breathing Grief. Presenter: Danai S. Mupotsa, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. *Register early to receive the presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.
  • Mon, Apr 26
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    African Studies Workshop | Harvard University
    Harvesting the Future in Rwanda: Transitional Justice, moral extraction and the promise of the law - Presenter: Natacha Nsabimana, University of Chicago. *Register early to receive presenter's paper. It is assumed that everyone has read the paper before the workshop.

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