ASC NEH Ajami Literature Project Develops New Resources
The ASC project – “Ajami Literacy and the Expansion of Literacy and Islam: The Case of West Africa” – is the first systematic comparative approach to several major African languages written in Ajami.
BtH: Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
The Beyond the Headlines series returned with a discussion entitled “”Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain: What Should We Worry About?”
Pardee School Faculty Attend 2018 ISA Conference
The highly-attended annual convention fosters rigorous discussion on a broad range of topics within the field of international studies.
Rodima-Taylor, Grimes Publish Chapter on Cryptocurrencies
Prof. William Grimes and Senior Researcher Daivi Rodima-Taylor contributed a chapter to Bitcoin and Beyond: Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains, and Global Governance.
Rodima-Taylor Co-Edits African Studies Review Special Forum
The new African Studies Review Forum focuses on land disputes and displacement in post-conflict Africa.
ASC Hosts African Diaspora and Governance Symposium
The African Studies Center co-hosted the first ever African Diaspora and Governance Symposium at Boston University on November 5, 2016.
CFLP, ASC Host Workshop on Land Mortgage
The workshop aimed at achieving a human-centered view of expanding rural financialization.
FMHT: Remittances, Forced Displacement and Human Security
Dr. Daivi Rodima-Taylor’s talk explored remitting dynamics in the context of the global refugee crisis.