Author Archives: danrebo
This newly available digital resource includes 40 hours of audio field recordings by the African American academic and linguist Lorenzo Dow Turner, the “Father of Gullah Studies,” relating to: African American History / Studies, Black History / Studies, Languages, Linguistics, Music and Music History. The recordings were made 1932-1952, relating to Nigeria, Cameroon, Brazil and […]
Deadline extended and travel funding available. Please find more information about the event, which will feature six panels and six workshops about original, current research on the Arabic-script manuscript cultures of North and Sub-Saharan Africa and the care and management of manuscript collections across the continent, on its website asmiaconference.org) and Facebook (@Arabic-Script Manuscripts in Africa) and Twitter (@ASMIACONFERENCE) accounts. This 2020 Conference, […]
“8 Vibrant African Wax Prints And Their Unique Stories“ BY MELANIE ABRAMS Vogue interviews the author of a new book published on African wax print textiles. Dutch manufacturer Vlisco also has many more designs with background stories available online. University of Wisconsin librarian Emilie Songolo manages a database of African commemorative textiles.
Mary Sibande: I Came Apart at the Seams, Somerset House, London, 3 Oct 2019 – 7 Jan 2020 THIS EXHIBITION IS FREE!! 03 Oct 2019 – 05 Jan 2020 Terrace Rooms, South Wing, Somerset House via Mary Sibande: I Came Apart at the Seams — eye.on.art h/t Africa in Words
Job post: Associate/Full Professor — Film, Digital/Print Media and/or Visual Culture — Fordham University
The Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University invites applications for a tenured position in film, digital/print media, and/or visual culture at the Associate or Full Professor level, beginning August 2020, at the Lincoln Center Campus.
Take a look at the UF Smathers Libraries Special and Area Studies Collections blog entry in support of current Florida Museum exhibit. It has been a great collaboration: Bob Campbell’s Historic Mountain Gorilla Photographs at Karisoke, Rwanda.
Reposting from H-Africa for wider distribution African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) conference workshop: Publishing Book Manuscripts: Editorial and author considerations by Stephanie Kitchen In Collaboration with the African Studies Association of Africa 23 October 2019 United States International University-Africa, Nairobi, Kenya In collaboration with the African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA), this half-day workshop […]