UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
T-H-E T-U-E-S-D-A-Y B-U-L-L-E-T-I-N
Issue No. 11, Fall - 1998 November 10, 1998 Weekly News from the AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY - 100 INTERNATIONAL CENTER
EAST LANSING MI 48824-1035 For back issues, see archive http//www.isp.msu.edu/AfricanStudies
November 12, Thursday
Promoting Economic Integration Through Trade: Evidence from Cattle Trade in the West African Central Corridor,î African Studies Center Brown Bag with Samuel Asuming-Brempong, Graduate Student (Agricultural Economics, MSU), 12:00 noon, Room 201, International Center.
November 12, Thursday
Africa Features/Tanzania Features,î A series of short videos showing eight different World Wildlife Federation (WWF) environmental projects in Africa. Short titles include: The Bazaruto Archipelago: Saving a Coastal Eden; Sweet Success; Beekeeping in Malawi; The Kayas: Kenyaís Sacred Groves; Zambiaís Kafue Flats; Malawi: Land of the Lake; Madagascar: Wild Drugstore; Udzungwa Mountains; Mafia Island. African Film Series, presented by the African Media Program. Film showing and discussion will run from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Room 201, International Center.
November 16, Monday
Everyoneís Child,î This film tells the story of two children's abrupt journey into a world of adult responsibility. Tamari and Itai are devastated following the tragic death of both of their parents. As family and neighbors turn their heads, the children are left with nothing. In the end it is only tragedy that makes the community realize that these are everyone's children. African Film Series, presented by the African Media Program. Film showing and discussion will run from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. in Room 201, International Center.
November 19, Thursday
Microfinance for African Economic Development - Issues and Prospects,î African Studies Center Brown Bag with Stephanie Charitonenko, Graduate Student (Agricultural Economics, MSU), 12:00 noon, Room 201, International Center.
November 20, Friday
Sex, Lemurs and Holes in the Sky.î This film is a serious exploration of the linked issues of population, consumption, poverty and the environment. The film contrasts the lifestyles of two families on two very different islands: Madagascar and Manhatten. African Film Series, presented by the African Media Program. Film showing and discussion will run from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Room 201, International Center.
African Media Program at MSU
The African Media Programís (AMP) mission is to identify film and video on Africa that feature accurate and non-stereotypical representations
Message-Id: <199811042137.QAA22130@pilot001.cl.msu.edu> Date: Wed, 04 Nov 1998 16:38:59 -0500 From: Lisa Beckum <beckum@Pilot.msu.edu> Subject: MSU African Studies Tuesday Bulletin
Editor: Ali B. Ali-Dinar
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