Film Screening: ‘Welcome to the Smiling Coast’ by BRIHC

Film Screening: ‘Welcome to the Smiling Coast’ by BRIHC

With the lure of a better future just around the corner, do they try their luck abroad or find their …

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Call for Papers: The Intellectual legacy of Prof. Ali Mazrui and the Future of Reform and Renovation in Africa and Muslim World

International University of Africa (IUA) Center for Research and African Studies International Conference Announcement: Call for Papers Topic: The Intellectual …

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Call for Papers: The Alaafin in Yoruba History, Culture, and Political Power Relations

An International Conference Date: October 8-11, 2018 Venue: University of Ibadan, Nigeria¬†¬† The Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding, …

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Call for Papers (edited volume): (Wo)men of power, biographies and the African post-colonial state

Papers will be accepted in French and in English   In 2015, the South African comedian Trevor Noah compared the …

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African Critical Inquiry Programme Announces  2018 Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Award

African Critical Inquiry Programme Announces 2018 Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Award

The African Critical Inquiry Programme has named Mary Mbewe as recipient of the 2018 Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Award. Mbewe …

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Call for volunteers

Call for Student Volunteers for the ASAUK 2018 Conference (11-13 September 2018, University of Birmingham) This September the University of …

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Early Bird Rates Maintained – Registration Deadline 21 August 2018

Early Bird Rates Maintained – Registration Deadline 21 August 2018

A high number of early payments has enabled us to maintain our ‘early bird’ prices for the remainder of the …

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2019 African Critical Inquiry Workshop: African Ethnographies

The African Critical Inquiry Programme (ACIP) is pleased to announce that the 2019 ACIP workshop will be African Ethnographies. The …

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ASA and ASAUK endorse statement of principles for the sale of rights in African territories for non-African scholarly publishers

ASA and ASAUK endorse statement of principles for the sale of rights in African territories for non-African scholarly publishers

Whereas scholarly books published by North American and European presses are (at present) rarely available to readers in Africa; and …

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Early Bird Rates Extended To 1 July 2018

Early Bird Rates Extended To 1 July 2018

We have received over 1,200 abstract submissions and look forward to an amazing conference! We are working as fast as …

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