Tag Archives: Education

MPhil in African Studies 2017-18

The MPhil in African Studies at the University of Cambridge still has a small number of places available and welcomes applications until 31st May 2017. For further information visit our website, for enquiries please email centre@african.cam.ac.uk. We would be very grateful if you would forward this email to staff and students who may be interested […]

Images, Imagination, and the Making of Future in Africa. Children, Youth and the Role of Education

Announcing an open access online issue on African youth and education’s role in their future: AnthropoChildren 6: Images, Imagination, and the Making of Future in Africa. Children, Youth and the Role of Education Jeannett Martin, Christian Ungruhe & Tabea Häberlein Young Future Africa – Images, Imagination and its Making: An Introduction Sabrina Maurus Times of Continuity […]

Fair Use / Fair Dealing Week 2017

In recognition of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2017 programs, coordinated by the US & Canadian based Association of Research Libraries, ARL has released a helpful infographic on Fair Use Myths and Facts. Fair use and fair dealing are vitally important rights for everybody, everywhere—students, faculty, librarians, journalists, and all users of copyrighted material. These doctrines provide balance to […]

ASA asks for your support of the NEH

The US African Studies Association in partnership with the National Humanities Alliance is organizing support for the many important programs of the National Endowment for the Humanities. As the linked site above states, in light of the fact that the Trump Administration will be shaping its budget request over the coming months with broad input…we […]

University of Cambridge Visiting Research Fellowships 2016-17

The Centre of African Studies invites applications for two Visiting Research Fellowships from candidates in all the disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. The aim of the Fellowships is to enable the fellows to focus on a period of research and writing in Cambridge. Preference will be given to early- to mid-career candidates with […]

Negative impacts of budget cuts for African Studies collections

Ruby Bell-Gam, UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library‘s Collections Coordinator; Area Studies Team Leader, and Librarian for African Studies and International Development Studies has written a thoughtful essay in the Winter 2014 issue of ASA News that clarifies the currently depressed budget environment for many Area Studies collections in the U.S. As she points out: …while the digital revolution has substantially increased […]

School of Open Africa launches in September

The School of Open Africa is a set of collaborative projects among Creative Commons and African educators: School of Open is a global community of volunteers providing free online courses, face-to-face workshops, and innovative training programs on the meaning, application, and impact of “openness” in the digital age. Through School of Open, you can learn how […]