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Friday, October 25 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Celebrating, Canonizing, Interrogating African and Africana Diaspora Thought and Thinkers III

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Presenters:
  • We belong together: Place attachment, ubuntuism and value for life in African cultures (Steven Kator Iorfa)
  • Black Origins of Biocultural Anthropology: Douglass, Firmin and Cobb (Blakey Michael)
  • Ugboajah’s Umbrella Paradigm: An Interrogation of Communication for Development in Africa (Kunle Ogedengbe and Wole Adamolekun and Wausi Walya)
  • ‘To Create and Foster Public Opinion in Africa and Make it Racy of the Soil’: Early Pan African Contributions to the Emergence of Africology (Tracy Flemming)
  • “We Too Have a Mind” Human Dignity and Tom Mboya’s Education Airlifts (1959-1963) (Peter Musembi Ndaita)

Moderator
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Seth Asumah

Professor of Political Science and Chair of Africana Studies, State University of New York at Cortland, New York

Presenters
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Michael Blakey

William & Mary
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Tracy Flemming

Grand Valley State University
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Peter Musembi Ndaita

Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO) at the University of Pennsylvania
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Wausi Walya

UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY - AFRICA


Friday October 25, 2019 3:15pm - 4:45pm
USIU Auditorium

Attendees (12)




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