Institute of African Studies - Columbia University

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July 6, 2014

The Institute of African Studies invites applications for the Africa Workshop, a new series to support innovative research in African Studies. Scholars from all disciplines are invited to apply. Preference will be given to recent PhDs. Selected applicants present work in progress within the two-hour workshop. Works in progress include article, book, and paper drafts as well as research and book proposals. The Institute will cover the flight and hotel accommodation of selected applicants.


May 16, 2014

BAMcinématek is about to begin its annual FilmAfrica series May 23—26 in conjunction with BAM’s DanceAfrica celebration. Co-presented by the New York African Film Festival. This year’s movies come from South Africa, Tunisia, Sudan, and beyond, including a special focus on films from Madagascar. You can find out more on the series here: www.BAM.org/FilmAfrica.


May 8, 2014

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Professor George Clement Bond, The William F. Russell Professor of Anthropology and Education, Director of the Center for African Education and former Chair of the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University.



April 9, 2014

• Year program,
- Tanzania: mid June 2014 until end of May 2015
- Namibia: end of December 2014 until early December 2015
• Stipends, housing, visas, insurance, training, support, provided.
• Cost: $3,990


March 31, 2014

The University of Pennsylvania is directing an Immersion Program for Zulu in South Africa for students of Zulu across American institutions to study intermediate-advanced Zulu in South Africa during the summer. The University of Zululand at KwaDlangezwa in KwaZulu-Natal currently serves as the host institution for the program.

Now accepting applications for the Summer 2014 Zulu Immersion Program in South Africa

Deadline: March 31st, 2014




March 15, 2014
The deadline for proposal submission is March 15, 2014.

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