Presenting Linguistic Atonement: Penitence and Privilege in White Kenyan Language Ideologies
Presenting Linguistic Incarceration: Rethinking Language Learning from the Global South – Watch the presentation now!
Presenting After Antiretrovirals, During Cancer, Before Death in an African Oncology Ward - Watch the presentation now!
Presenting The Changing Face of Religion in the City of 201 Gods
Presenting Gacaca, jenocide
Presenting Africa, Otherwise
March 25 – Lauren Coyle
Postponed until Fall 2013
Presenting Adolescence: A chimera, a luxury or a right?
Presenting After Colonialism
Presenting (Re)Writing the History of British Decolonization
Presenting Class.Sate.Fetish: At Marikana, after the End of Apartheid
Conference entitled The State of Extractive Economies in Contemporary Africa
Presenting The Question of Liability: Debt, Force, and Accountability, in Senegal
Presenting Africa in Theory – Watch the presentation now!
Presenting the introduction to her upcoming book Kenedougou Visions: Mali’s Neba Solo and Senufo Balafon
Presenting Beach-Boy Elders and Young Big-Men: Queering the Temporalities of Aging in Kenya’s Ethno-Erotic Economies – Watch the presentation now!
Presenting African Poverty – Watch the presentation now!
Presenting “I See A Different You”: Township Aesthetics, Fashion and the Emergence of Self-Representational Photography in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Watch the presentation now!
Presenting Torn Dollars and War-Wounded Banknotes: Money, Exchange, and Materiality in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Watch the presentation now!
Presenting Traditional Modernity: Homosexuality and Customary Law in South Africa
Presenting Language, Servitude, Freedom: For and Against Ngugi - Watch the presentation now!
Presenting Of Doctors and Priests: Biomedical Expertise and the Problem of Recognition at an Ethiopian Medical Institution
Presenting The Lady is a Tramp: Art, Protest, and Sexual Provocation, a Nigerian Story
While there is no Harvard Africa Workshop on November 26th, the Committee encourages interested participants to attend Kenedougou Visions, presentation by Radcliffe Fellow and Committee member Professor Ingrid Monson.
Presenting “Where There is Fire, There is Politics”: Ungovernability in Democratic South Africa