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Site web et ressources sur le Web

Site web et ressources sur le Web

Je vous invite à visiter le site web rénové de la Société française d’histoire des outre-mers (SFHOM) qui est désormais accessible à l’URL /

http://www.sfhom.com

Le site est un lieu d’information très large. Il présente en particulier la vie de cette association académique, de sa revue semestrielle à comité de lecture, Outre-Mers. Revue d’histoire, et présente les Publications de la Société française d’histoire des outre-mers (SFHOM).

Great review of three works on Timbuktu’s manuscripts in "JW: Journal of West African History"

JW: Journal of West African History is a brand new academic journal published by Michigan State University.  Its first issue includes a review by David E. Skinner of three works on Timbuktu's ancient manuscripts.

The three works reviewed are:

333 Saints: A Life of Scholarship in Timbuktu by Alexandra Huddleston.

The Meanings of Timbuktu by Shamil Jeppie and Souleymane Bashir Diagne

CFP "Postcolonial Mobilities in the Francophone World", SFPS Annual Conference, 13-14 November 2015

Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies

In association with Liverpool University Press

           

Postcolonial Mobilities in the Francophone World

Friday 13 & Saturday 14 November 2015

 

Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London,

Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

 

Confirmed keynote speakers: Mireille Rosello and Kate Averis

 

New Publication: Dans les pas du chameau, sous la direction de Constant Hames et Jean-Louis Triaud

Islam et sociétés au sud du Sahara

Vol. 4, nouvelle série, 2015, 198 p.

Dans les pas du chameau, sous la direction de Constant Hamès  et Jean-Louis Triaud

Sommaire/ Summary :

 

Issa Cissé « Islam et économie au Burkina Faso. Relations et enjeux » : 9 - 28.

Constant Hamès  « Le chameau et l’artisanat au désert » : 29-44 + dossier photos : 45-53.

Abdel Wedoud Ould Cheikh  « Ah ! quel chameau ! Note sur le chameau dans la parazoologie arabe et autres fantaisies » : 55-72.

Ghosts of Amistad

Schomburg Center’s Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery presents:

Ghosts of Amistad

May 6, 2015

6:30 pm

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York

Announcing the Inaugural Edition of the Journal of West African History

[Ed. note: We have placed a link to JWAH in our sidebar.  We're proud to see this new journal emerge in the footsteps of HWA founder David Robinson, at our home institution, Michigan State University.]

Announcing the Inaugural Edition of the Journal of West African History

Founding Editor-in-chief: Nwando Achebe
Associate Editors: Hilary Jones and John Thabiti Willis
Book Review Editor: Harry Odamtten

CFP: African Popular Music: True Voice of the People?

Perhaps for reasons related to intellectual elitism or simply because of the lack of an effective means of analysis, African popular arts (Modern African music in particular) keep on being pushed to the margins of academic discourse on postcolonial cultural identities. To this day and more than not, in classroom discussions on African culture(s), a place of pride is ascribed to literature (at films at times) despite the high rate of illiteracy and difficulty distributing them, which makes these products utterly inaccessible to the masses.

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