Events

Upcoming Talk: Said Graiouid (Middle East and North Africa)






Tuesday, April 12th at 12:00 pm in the Wasch Center. “Political Change and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa” Said Graiouid SIT Study Abroad Academic Dean for Africa and the Middle East Professor of Communication and Cultural Studies, University Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco The pace of political change in the Middle East and…

Tonight! Yinka Taiwo-Peters presentation.






From WesLive WATER AND HEALTH: What Wesleyan students are doing Date: Wednesday, December 1 Time: 4:30–6:00pm Location: PAC 002 Wesleyan World Wednesdays, Brighter Dawns, and the Water Awareness Project Nigeria present: Two Wesleyan juniors will speak about their projects in their developing homeland and how you can participate: Yinka Taiwo-Peters: Water Awareness Project Nigeria, providing…

Great music, dancing and food at “A Taste of Africa”






Congratulations to this year’s organizers of “A Taste of Africa”. It was clearly a success. More than 100 people crowded into the “Allbritton Cafe” for an evening filled with music, dance, poetry, the musings of Professor Abraham, and African food. We will post pictures when they are made available!

Public Policy and Activism






This might interest some of our students: Affecting our Community: A Public Policy Workshop November 13th, 2010 Russell House 11am-3pm (reg starts at 10:30am) Are you interested in making social change, but don’t know how to get started? Join us on November 13th to learn how to write and implement public policy. Following the two…

Yale: “Transitional Justice in the Great Lakes” event this week






Title:   “Transitional Justice in the Great Lakes,” presented by the Yale Council on African Studies Working Group on Conflict, Aftermath, and Resolution Date: November 10, 2010 Time: 4:15 – 6:00 Location:  100 Wall Street: William L. Harkness Hall, Room 208 Participants:    Godfrey Asiimwe, Makarere University (Uganda) and visiting Fulbright Scholar at Mt. Holyoke College Suliman…