Exploring the influence of C.L.R. James in transforming Pan-Africanism from a localized theory to a continent-wide agenda
This seminar took place on Thursday 14 October 2021
This seminar took place on Saturday 11 September 2021
How can history education respond to globalisation and the need to foster innovative thinking in young people
How can history education promote a more equitable notion of global citizenship?
To what extent do the history books we use to teach our children reflect the Pan-African ideals of the lives that populate their pages
The classroom plays its role is instilling race identity, can (and should) it be used to counter its effects
How do educators fit into spaces not cut to their shape, their thought, or their history
African traditional religion is an important part of African life and therefore its influence on African history, culture and politics cannot be ignored.
Why are lawmakers and social commentators so opposed to teaching the full national history