The Loss of Our Esteemed Colleague: Prof. Tim Carmichael

Colleagues:

 

I am very sorry to inform you that Dr. Tim Carmichael, Associate Professor of History and Director of African Studies, has died.

As some of you know, Tim had stage 4, terminal pancreatic cancer.  His death was the result of multiple organ failure, following septic shock.  Tim’s spouse and colleague, Dr. Noelle Zeiner-Carmichael, Professor of Classics, was with Tim at the end.

ICES20 - SECOND CIRCULAR FOR ICES20 - Call for Panels - 1-5 October, 2018 at Mekelle University, Ethiopia.

SECOND CIRCULAR FOR ICES20 - Call for Panels
28 March 2017
 
First of all, the 20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20) would like to announce
that ICES20 will take place on 1 st  – 5 th  October, 2018 at Mekelle University, Ethiopia.
 
At the same time, ICES20 welcomes specialized academic panels to be organized by small groups
of researchers active in Ethiopian Studies worldwide. The conference will consist of general thematic
panels, offered by the conference organizers, and specialized panels offered by colleagues based on

Conference Announcement: 20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies

20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies 

Mekelle University, Ethiopia

“Regional and Global Ethiopia – Interconnections and Identities”

 

FIRST CIRCULAR FOR ICES20

24 January 2017

Dear Participants!

This is the first circular from the Organising Committee of the 20th  International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20) to take place in Mekelle University in 2018.

CFP - Brussels Journal of International Studies

I am writing to share with the H-Africa community an opportunity for publishing original articles, commentaries, review essays, and book reviews. In February 2017, a new online, peer-reviewed journal will be launched. The Brussels Journal of International Studies will be published three times per year (February, June, October), and will be managed by the Brussels research centre of the University of Kent.

New website dedicated to Djibouti and its region

Dear list members,

 

We are pleased to announce the launching of a new website dedicated to Djibouti and its region. This platform is managed by two French PhD candidates, whose respective fields are History and Political Science. It will gather short articles, interviews, selected calls for papers as well as a bibliographic database focusing on Djibouti and the Horn and Africa.

This project is open to any outside contribution, so feel free to send us an e-mail. Any article should be either in French or in English.

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