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Welcome to H-Africa, a member of H-Net's consortium of scholarly networks.
H-Africa encourages discussion of Africa's history, culture, and African studies generally. Africanists of all disciplines are encouraged to subscribe.
Recent Discussion Posts
Transatlantic Roundtable on Religion and Race
July 1-3, 2015 Conference
Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Pre-conference program (June 28-30):
Liverpool: Transatlantic Black Past (including Intl. Slavery Museum)
London: Local dialogue on race
A Call for Presentations on
Faith-Based Responses to Racial Disparities and Conflict
In association with Liverpool University Press
Re-membering the Struggle: South Africa, Apartheid and After
Université de Toulouse - Jean Jaurès, France
17 April 2015
Organisateurs / Organisers :
Gary Baines (Rhodes University),
Nathalie Dessens (UT2J), Mathilde Rogez (UT2J)
Dear ACAS friends and colleagues,
We have noted the substance and tone of the narrow and often prejudiced US discourse about Ebola with increasing worry. We have prepared a statement from ACAS, containing links for further information. Please use and distribute it in whatever way you see fit.
Episode 84 of Africa Past and Present -- the podcast about African history, culture, and politics -- is now available at: http://afripod.aodl.org
In this episode, Pius Adesanmi (Carleton University) discusses African literatures (including Yoruba and Anglophone), public intellectuals, the Sahara Reporters news outlet, social media and postcolonial writing, "imposed transnationalism" in the African literature classroom, and "What is Africa to me?"
Call for Papers: Reclaiming a Legacy: Africa, Africans and the HBCU
Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem North Carolina, Sept. 18-19, 2015
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