Events

Spring 2019

May 2, 2019

Sindani Kiangu, University of Kinshasa
Title: The Struggle for Africa's Second Independence: History and Memory
Location: A6-175
Time: 12:00pm
Organized with the History Program

April 25, 2019

Kelly Askew, University of Michigan
Title: Maasai Remix (Film screening and Q&A)
Location: C3-B101
Time: 5:30pm

April 24, 2019

Asteris Huliaras, University of Peloponese
Title: Integration and Disintegration Theories: Lessons from the East Africa Federation
Location: A6-1149
Time: 12:00pm
Organized with Global Asia and eARThumanities

April 10, 2019

Ernest Wamba dia Wamba, University of Dar Es Salaam
Title: Africa's liberation and Black power: A Congolese student in the American sixties
Location: A6-117
Time: 5:30pm
Organized with the History Program

March 17, 2019

Lebohang Kganye, Independent photographer
Title: On Photography and the Great African Caravan: A conversation between photographer Lebohang Kganye and writer Roland Byagaba
Location: The Reading Room
Time: 12:45pm

March 17, 2019

Tina Campt, Barnard College - Columbia University
Title: Prelude to a new Black gaze
Location: C3-006
Time: 5:30pm
Organized with the History program, the Art and Art History program, and the Akkasah Center for Photography

March 12, 2019

Title: African food for thought: What does democracy look like in Africa
Location: C3-006
Time: 7pm
Organized with Africa Global

February 26, 2019

Title: African food for thought: Heritage and Horizons: The legacy of Black History Month and the challenges of the 21st Century
Location: C3-006
Time: 6pm
Organized with Africa Global

Past African Studies Events