Didn't make it to the conference on Islam & World Peace in September? It's not too late to be a part of the event!
Workshop Deepening the Mali-Columbia Connection - Bamako, 25 June 2015
Theme: Les Recherches en sciences sociales dans le contexte de la crise
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Dr. Elisabeth King visited the institute on the 1st of October to present her research on the Rwandan education system in preparation for the release of her book, From Classroom to Conflict in Rwanda.
Melissa Graboyes, the Assistant Director of the African Studies program at the University of Oregon, visited the institute on September 12th, 2013 to speak about her research on blood economies in East Africa.
Leitner Fellowship recipient Omoyeni Olanrewaju Clement describes his eight-week intensive Yoruba language course in one of Nigeria's most historical institutions, the University of Ibadan.
"We don’t live in a world of heroes, but at rare moments we celebrate those who emerge from the shadows to push them further back. I don’t know if Nelson Mandela has heroes. He must have.
In this blog entry, Gregory Mann reflects on the Courrier Internationa's recent issue "Afrique 3.0". This article originally appeared on "Africa is a Country".
Elise Knutsen highlights President Macky Sall's battle against corruption. This article originally appeared in "The Atlantic".