CRASSH Mellon CDI Visiting Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah (New York University) in conversation with Professor Ash Amin (University of Cambridge).
Welcome to H-AfrArts, Expressive Cultures of Africa. H-AfrArts is composed of two parts, a discussion list and a web site cosponsored by Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine (H-Net) and the Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA). Its content focuses on the expressive cultures of Africa and the African Diaspora.
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“José Antonio Aponte and His World: Writing, Painting, and Making Freedom in the African Diaspora”
May 8-9, 2015, New York Unversity
Do you use feature films to teach undergraduate students about African cultures, histories, politics, environments, religions, arts, or other dimensions of African realities? I would like to organize a panel for the 58th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association focused on the pedagogy of teaching Africa through film.
Gilder Lehrman Center Announces the Fourth Annual Yale Public History Institute
Seeks Applications from Staff Members at Cultural Institutions Committed to
Programs Interpreting African American History