UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
UCONN AFRICA NOTES vol. 6, no. 4 (Sept. 28, 1998)
UPCOMING EVENTS AT UCONN
Sept. 28. Film. Yaaba (Burkina Faso, 1989). Monteith 143. 6:00 pm.
Oct. 5. Film. Flame (Zimbabwe, 1996). Monteith 143, 6:00 pm.
Oct. 8. Talk. Dr. Jeremy Foltz (Agricultural and Resource Economics) 'Prickly Pears in Paris': The Prospects and Pitfalls of Tunisia's Agro-Export Strategy. Monteith 119, noon-1:15 pm. Cosponsored by CCAS and the Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
UPCOMING EVENTS REGIONALLY
Sept. 28. Talk. Janet Mondlane (Director, Eduardo Mondlane Foundation in Maputo Mozambique). Aspects of the Democratization Process in Mozambique. Ernst Common Room, Blaustein building, Connecticut College. New London. 4:30 pm. Mondlane is in the USA to participate in several events memorializing the assassination of her husband, Eduardo Mondlane, thirty years ago.
Sept. 28. Talk. Dr. Amara Essy (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cote d'Ivoire). Is Globalization Inevitable and Desirable? Where is Africa in a Globalized World? Carlson Hall, Univ. of Bridgeport. 6:00 pm.
Sept. 30. Talk. Dr. Lamin Sanneh (Yale). Millennialism in African Islam. Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse, Yale U. 1:30-3:30 pm.
Oct. 1. Talk. Augustin Gatera (UNESCO). Linguistic Rights, Human Rights, Cultural Rights: Rhetorics and Practice. Room 122, Yale Law School. 4:00 pm.
Oct. 2-12. Art Exhibit. Shona Sculpture from Zimbabwe. 229-239 Westminster St., Providence. noon-7:00 pm. each day. Approximately 400 pieces will be on exhibit and for sale.
Oct. 7. Talk. Jacques Chevrier (Sorbonne). Tendances de la Litterature Africaine. Shiffman 219, Brandeis U., Waltham, MA. 4:00 pm. The talk will be in French. _________________________________________________________________________
SISTER CITIES INTERNATIONAL has a large list of African towns and cities seeking linkages with U.S. partners. For details see their website: vvv.sister-cities.org/affiliations/africa/africa.html or contact Richard Gerrard, Africa Regional Director, Sister Cities International, 120 South Payne St., Alexandria, VA 22314. TEL: 703-836-3535; E-mail: email@example.com
JOB AS RESEARCHER/TRANSLATOR. A group of scholars working on a book, Islam in Afica, is looking for a recent Ph.D or ABD to join them on a one year contract, renewable for a second. The applicant should be conversant in Islamics and Arabic. The project is based in Binghamton, NY. For info contact Khalil Semaan: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or TEL: 607-777-6348
CONFERENCE. AFRICA/ITALY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY SYMPOSIUM. Nov. 6-7, 1998, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. For info: Sante Matteo, E-mail: email@example.com; or Stefano Bellucci, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNSHIP. AFRICARE has eight offices in which interns can be based. For info: Joseph C. Kennedu, Senior Vice President, Africare, 440 R St., NW, Washington, DC 20001. E-mail: email@example.com __________________________________________________________________________
UCONN AFRICA NOTES is published electronically each Monday during the academic year by the Center for Contemporary African Studies at the University of Connecticut. Anyone wishing to be on the mailing list should send their E-mail address to Larry W. Bowman. We will happily list and publicize Africa-related activities occurring throughout Southern New England. Send info directly to Larry W. Bowman, Director, CCAS, Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269; TEL: 860-486-3355; FAX: 860-486-3347; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message-ID: <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 28 Sep 1998 09:45:33 -0400 From: Larry Bowman <BOWMAN@UCONNVM.UCONN.EDU> Subject: UCONN AFRICA NOTES
Editor: Ali B. Ali-Dinar
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