Chan Centre Connects

Beautiful Africa: Student Perspectives

Free
Thu November 14 2013 5:30pm
Liu Institute for Global Issues

Presented by the Chan Centre

Composed entirely of student presentations, Beautiful Africa is an evening inspired by the unique PechaKucha format. From the simple prompt which shares the name of the event, presenters have created presentations both personal and academic, showcasing what these words mean to them and the knowledge that they have. FREE

 

Program:

Joash Johannes (Linguistics) – “The Mugeta Children School and education in rural Tanzania”

Kevin Mason (Ethnomusicology) -“The Sanba movement: bards, poets, and historians of Haiti”

Waged Jafer (Interdisciplinary Studies) – “Women and the Egyptian Revolution”

Julie Okot Bitek (Interdisciplinary Studies) – “Beauty and the Breast”

Moderated by Joy Richu, President, Africa Awareness Initiative

 

This free event is presented in conjunction with the Chan Centre’s presentation of Rokia Traoré on Sunday, November 17th.

Free
Thu November 14 2013 5:30pm
Liu Institute for Global Issues
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