Ayca Bobcats! Welcome Maurice Ndour
Women make African Music: Concert & Lecture with Patience Chaitezvi
Through partial funding from Arts for Ohio, African Studies hosted Patience Chaitezvi, one of the very few Zimbabwean women who grew up playing mbira regularly in traditional ceremonies. Patience discussed and performed traditional mbira music and explained her own personal experience growing up as a female mbira player.
Towards African Renaissance: Translating The Conscript
Wednesday, October 2, 7pm Computer Services Center 121B
Vigil for Kenya
The African Student Union (ASU) in collaboration with the African Studies Program, the International Student Union (ISU) and other stakeholders had organized a vigil to offer support for the victims of the terror attack in Kenya.
The African Studies Program will celebrate 50 years of educating the world's students about Africa during the 2013-14 academic year.
“You may have missed this!”
Charles Cantalupo, Penn State University
"Joining Africa: From Anthills to Asmarad"
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