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July 9-14: The 2017 Columbia University's IRAAS Summer Institute, themed "Black Activist NY" is accepting applications. Early bird discount available.

Please join us for  Columbia University's Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) 2017 Summer Institute, themed “Black Activist New York!" 

CALL FOR PAPERS Journal of West African History Special Issue: 60th Anniversary of Ghana and Nigeria Independence

CALL FOR PAPERS

Journal of West African History, Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2019): Special Issue: 60th Anniversary of Ghana and Nigeria Independence
 

Founding Editor-in-chief: Nwando Achebe

Associate Editors: Hilary Jones and John Thabiti Willis

Book Review Editor: Harry Odamtten

 

CALL FOR PAPERS—RAL Special Issue on Biafra and the Literary Imagination

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CALL FOR PAPERS-UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Call for Papers

 

Africa and the New Networks of Cultural Mobility

Opportunities, Strategies and Limitations

 

University of Toronto, October 6-7, 2017

 

“Issues of culture and identity have come to the forefront of international relations. This is not a passing phenomenon and thus provides new opportunities for sustained dialogue and mutual understanding.”

Seminar: Women Picturing Revolution: Focus on Africa and the African Diaspora

In recognition of Women's History Month, Columbia University's Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) will host Women Picturing Revolution: Focus on Africa and the African Diaspora, a one day seminar on March 11, 2017, that will examine contemporary photography and the conditions under which women in and/or from Africa or the African Diaspora make images. 
Guest artists Nona Faustine and Ayana V. Jackson will be sharing their work in person. This seminar was co-created and will be taught by Zoraida Lopez-Diago and  Lesly Deschler-Canossi.

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