Events

Ph.D student, Gana Ndiaye, is giving a lecture on the “Contested Meanings of Africanness: African Muslim Migrants, Affirmative Action Policies, and Brazil’s New Racial Politics”

Ph.D candidate, Gana Ndiaye, is giving a lecture on the “Contested Meanings of Africanness: African Muslim Migrants, Affirmative Action Policies, and Brazil’s New Racial Politics” as part of the Walter Rodney Seminar Series on February 7th. Join us on Monday, February 7th 2022, from 12:30-2:00 PM ET at the African Studies Conference Room (ASC 505) […]

Lecture at Pardee School- Thursday February 10th- “French Catholic Mobilization During Revision of French Bioethical Laws: 2018-2021”

The Pardee School held a lecture on Thursday, February 10th on “French Catholic Mobilization During Revision of French Bioethical Laws: 2018-2021,” by Séverine Mathieu. The event took place as part of the Department of Anthropology’s Seminar Series and was co-sponsored by the Institute on Religion, Culture, and World Affairs (CURA) and the Center for the […]

FLAS Fellowship Application Workshop

From the African Studies Center: Students! We’re hosting a Zoom workshop on writing strong grant/fellowship applications. It’s tailored to FLAS applicants but open to students in any field who might be applying for fellowships (you don’t have to have a connection to African studies to be welcome). Undergrads are especially encouraged to attend! Register: tinyurl.com/ascflas22 […]