||Faculty (History, Univ. of Illinois-Urbana Champaign)
||"Cosmopolitanism and Intelligence in Postcolonial Tanzania"
||Research Scholar (Ctr for Food Security & the Environment, Stanford Univ)
||"Agronomy and the Economy: Using Soil Analysis to Understand Fertilizer Use and Effectiveness on Smallholder Farms in Zambia"
||Faculty (Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU)
||"Participatory Videos for Smallholder Farmer Training in Malawi: an Analysis of Knowledge Gain and Short-term Adoption"
||Comlanvi Sitou Akibode
||Graduate Student [(Emerging Geo-political Economy of Natural Resources in Africa (EGNRA, MSU)]
||"Neo-Colonialism Or Foreign Direct Investment: A Scorecard Analysis Of International Land Acquisitions in Africa"
||Faculty, (Anthropology, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
||"Uncertainty: Managing an Epidemic under Conditions of Precarity"
||Graduate Student (History, MSU)
||"Football (soccer) and Post-colonial Politics in Zambia 1964-1984"
||Filmmaker and Director (Nigeria)
||Film discussion: "Confusion Na Wa"
||S P R I N G B R E A K - (No Presentations)
||Graduate Student (African American & African Studies, MSU)
||"African Women Don't Just Cry: The Politics of Mediating Gendered Narratives of War and Conflict"
||Paul Zeleza (Distinguished Lecture)
||Vice President, Academic Affairs & Prof. of History (Quinnipiac Univ.)
||"The Changing Contours of Africa's Global Engagements"
||Program Manager (The MasterCard Foundation, MSU)
||"From Gweru to the GRAMMY'S: The Journey of an African Cosmopolitan Musician"
||Faculty (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
||Faculty, RCAH (MSU)
||"The Development of Development: Local Responses to Development in Colonial Lesotho, c.1930s-1966"
||Faculty (Agriculture, Food & Resource Economics, MSU)
||"Mega-Trends Affecting Africa's Food Systems"
||Chewe Nkonde firstname.lastname@example.org
||PhD Candidate, Dept. of Community Sustainability (MSU)
||"Farm Structure Change: What are its Effects on Agricultural Productivity, Technology Use and Prospects for Inclusive Agricultural Development in Zambia?"
|Special Fri. 04/24
||Peter Cole (John Beck speaker) ODWODL
||History, Western Illinois Univ
||"On the Waterfront in Durban and San Francisco: Longshoremen and Social Movement Unionism, 1934-1994"