Events

Fall 2018

December 10, 2018

Michael D. Jackson, Harvard University
Title: Genealogy
Location: A6-005
Time: 7pm
Organized by Professor Deborah Kapchan, and co-sponsored by the African Studies Symposium

December 5, 2018

Title. African Food for Thought
Location: A6-009
Time: 6pm

November 25, 2018

Sapin Mankengele, painter (DRC)
Title: Popular Painting as History: The Trajectory of an Artist from Kinshasa
Location: A3-006
Time: 6pmOrganized with the History Program

Nov 19 to Nov 27, 2018

Artistic performance by Sapin Makengele, painter (DRC)
Diverse locations around campus
Organized with the History Program

November 7, 2018

Title: African Food for Thought: Student Panel on the African Diaspora
Location: TBC
Time: 6pm

October 17, 2018

Charles Kabwete Mulinda, National University of Rwanda
Title: July 1993: The Events that Made the Rwandan Genocide Possible
Location: A6-009
Time: 5pm
Organized with the History Program and the Office of Global Education

October 2, 2018

John Thabiti Willis, Carleton College
Title: Pearling as a Rite of Passage in the History and Memory of the Pre-Oil Gulf Region
Location: A6-1159
Time: Noon
Organized by the Arab Crossroad Studies Program

September 26, 2018

Victor Okoth, NYUAD
Title: Pan-African Food For Thought
Location: A6-009
Time: 6pm
Organized by NYUAD African Studies students

Past African Studies Events