Office Hours for Fall 2014: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30-3:00 or by appointment
Oct 2, 5:30pm in Frank Blue Room: Richard Joseph, Northwestern University, on “Boko Haram and the Nigerian Predicament”
Oct 16, noon in Carnegie 109 (free pizza): Todd Diamond, Chemonics International, on “The Business of Delivering US Aid to Africa.”
Oct 29, 5:30pm SCC 201 (buffet dinner): Todd Moss, Center for Global Development, presenting and signing his new novel “The Golden Hour” on a US diplomat dealing with a coup in Mali.
Feb 10, 2015 (time and place TBD): Mike Jobbins, Search for Common Grounds, on “Conflict Resolution in Africa.”
February 2015 (day, time and place TBD): Nadia Rabesahala Horning, Middlebury College, on “Why are Diaspora Africans not Returning to Africa?”
Also, announcing our African Scholar in Residence for Spring 2015:
Mariama Kahn, from The Gambia, who will teach a class entitled “West Africa: Culture, Development and the State.”