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Identités Sahéliennes en Temps de Crise : Passé et Présent Sahelian Identities in Times of Crisis : Past and Present Bamako, 10-15 Décembre 2016

Identités Sahéliennes en Temps de Crise : Passé et Présent

Sahelian Identities in Times of Crisis : Past and Present

Bamako, 10-15 Décembre 2016

Organisateurs :

Amy Niang (Université du Witwatersrand, Afrique du Sud)

Baz Lecocq (Université Humbolt de Berlin, Allemagne)

Isaie Dougnon (Université de Bamako, Mali

Lieu :

Centre Point Sud de Bamako

NEW: MSc Double Degree in Global Media and Communications (LSE and UCT) - two scholarships for African students

NEW: MSc Double Degree in Global Media and Communications (LSE and UCT) – for entry in September 2017
 
Applications are now open for a new and unique two year programme which enables students to study for one year at LSE in London, the UK’s media capital, and one year at the University of Cape Town (UCT) – the top-ranked university on the African continent with close links to Cape Town’s media and film industry and NGO sector.
 
The MSc Double Degree in Global Media and Communications (LSE and the University of Cape Town) aims to p

New Documentary Film on Tourism, Development and Migration in the Gambia

Welcome to the Smiling Coast is a new feature-length documentary on tourism, development and migration in the Gambia, West Africa. The film is currently touring the international film festival circuit and available for screenings at academic conferences, thematic workshops, educational institutions and cultural organizations. For more information, please email Dr.

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