The Critical Research on Africa Series offers a space for faculty and students to share their research projects on Africa and engage in critical discourse that improve understanding of the issues faced by the various countries in the continent and finding practical solutions. The series led by affiliated faculty aims to strengthen scholarly intellectual capacity, build community, collegiality, and offer opportunities for learning about our interdisciplinary research, and sharing feedback. The research topics organized around the sustainable Africa theme include development, education, health, inequality, infrastructure, political systems, Science and Technology. Faculty who wish to participate in the series are encouraged to contact African Studies for scheduling of individual presentations.
Spring 2021 Critical Research on Africa Events
The Persistence of Slavery: An Economic History of Child Trafficking in Nigeria March 1 @4pm
Medical Legitimacy: Childbirth, Authenticity, and Pluralism in Nigeria’s Faith-Based (Aladura) Birthing Homes April 9 @12pm