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"Eye on Africa" Speakers for Fall 2016

Time: 12:00 - 1:30 PM

Location: Room 201, International Center, 427 N Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824

Ph: 517-353-1700
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Date Name Affiliation Topic
09/15 Sam Jury Visiting Artist (Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum)
"Re-presenting the Other: Filming other cultures"
09/22 Ndidi Nwuneli Founder (LEAP Africa, co-founder of AACE Foods, director Sahel Capital and the African Philanthropy Forum) "Scaling Social Innovation in Africa"
09/29 Elisabeth Hildebrand Visiting scholar, MSU Anthropology (Turkana Basin Institute, Stony Brook Univ.) "Life along a retreating lakeshore: Fishing, herding, and monumentality around Lake Turkana 5000-4000 BP"
10/06 Muna Ndulo Faculty (Cornell Law School, Cornell University) "Chinese's Engagement with Africa: The Myths and the Realities"
10/13 Dorothy Hodgson
ASA Presidential Lecture
Faculty (Rutgers Univ. & ASA President) "Africa from the Margins"
10/20 Felix Kwame Yeboah Faculty (International Development, MSU) "Africa's evolving employment trend: Implications for economic transformation"
10/27 Peter Penar PhD Candidate (Univ. Distinguished Fellow, Political Science, MSU) "Effects of Regional Institutions on Election Quality"
11/03 Bernard Kissui Center Director (School for Field Studies, Tanzania) "Lion Conservation Science Project in the Maasai Steppe Heartland"
11/10 Michael Boivin Faculty (Psychiatry and Neurology and Ophthalmology, MSU) TBA
11/17 TBA
12/01 No Eye on Africa ASA Meetings/DC
12/05 Amidu Sanni Univ. of Lagos "How dark was Africa before Europe?: The Past Perfect Orality, the Present Imperfect Literacy, and the Future Lectro-Oral"