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H-Africa encourages discussion of Africa's history, culture, and African studies generally. Africanists of all disciplines are encouraged to subscribe.
Recent Discussion Posts
Professor Yoro Khary FALL (1949 – 2016) was a scholar with mutidimensional academic talents. The numerous and rich testimonies expressed during the announcement of his death by his former teachers, colleagues, friends and students are a demonstration and recognition of his reputation as a man and as a university lecturer
French Colonial History, the official journal of the French Colonial Historical Society, publishes peer-reviewed research articles, review essays, forums and reflections addressing all aspects of the history of French colonization and of the French colonies. The editors of FCH invite conference participants to submit their work for possible publication. Submissions are welcomed in English or French concerning any geographical area or chronological period of French overseas expansion, including the metropole and the postcolonial.
Introduction and Framing
“Bridging the Gap: Black Studies Across Social, Geographical, Epistemic, and Linguistic Lines”
Final Program of the 3rd Lagos Conference (University of Lagos, June 19-23, 2018)
Culture has served as a “weapon of the struggle” during the Cold War. It played a central role in leftist literary circles, socialist realist poetry and muralism, as well as in the CIA-backed Congress for Cultural Freedom, whose artist groups embraced Abstract Expressionism and modernist poetry.
Cameroon and the decolonisation of diplomacy: African perspectives on international relations
From Surviving to Living: Voice, Trauma and Witness in Rwandan Women's Writing