How a group of driven sisters from the Caribbean launched a Pan-African movement
Hama and Ki-Zerbo explore the highly developed notion of time in the African tradition and how this is evidenced in various aspects of social living
In this paper, Dr Akinola shows how a philosophy of history can be derived from oral traditions and examining historical practice
Dr Ogen will be researching the resurgence of African religion and will return to the AHP to discuss his findings.
Dr Kamdem tracks the history of Cameroon from the anti-colonial campaigns of the early to mid-20th century
Apeike Umolu and Dr Hilary Beckles discuss the state of Pan-Africanism and its role in the global reparations movement
Apeike Umolu reflects on chairing this year’s Culture and Identity Committee.
Apeike Umolu appointed as Chairperson on the Culture and Identity Commitee
René Odanga (Fellow, 2021) and George Evans (Summer Fellow, 2021) have secured admissions to Emory University and the University of Oxford
Hosted by the African students’ associations at the University of Notre Dame and Northwestern University, the Conference will take place on 26-27 March 2022.