CfP: 5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies & DIAS-ASR (African Studies Review) workshop / 5e Conférence Internationale de l’Institut d’Études Africaines de Dakar & Atelier DIAS-ASR (African Studies Review)

5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies 

July 5-6, 2019
Dakar, Senegal

Theme:

The Critical Thinker-Doer:
Higher Education and Knowledge Production for the Common Good

https://www.thedakarinstitute.com/annual-symposium

5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies / 5e Conférence Internationale de l’Institut d’Études Africaines de Dakar

5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies 

July 5-6, 2019
Dakar, Senegal

Theme:

The Critical Thinker-Doer:
Higher Education and Knowledge Production for the Common Good

5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies / 5e Conférence Internationale de l’Institut d’Études Africaines de Dakar

5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies 

July 5-6, 2019
Dakar, Senegal

Theme:

The Critical Thinker-Doer:
Higher Education and Knowledge Production for the Common Good

The Omar Ibn Said Collection at the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress has acquired and made available online the Omar Ibn Said Collection, which includes the only known surviving slave narrative written in Arabic in the United States. In 1831, Omar Ibn Said, a wealthy and highly educated man who was captured in West Africa and brought to the United States as a slave, wrote a 15-page autobiography describing his experiences.

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