Reviews and discussions of new books, films, and other forms of artistic expression that offer a creative perspective on African politics and society.
In 2010, Professor Cherif Keita, two of his colleagues and his students from Carleton College (Minnesota) visited the Southern Malian town of Sikasso, where they called on his old friend […]
Black History Month, an annual remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora, is celebrated in some countries annually. In Ghana, even though it is […]
The latest generation of African writers is producing provocative and exciting work on a wide range of topics, including the lasting effects of struggles for independence, along with the convergence […]
We at The CIHA Blog from time to time highlight problematic representations about Africa and Africans. We were initially heartened to see this story in New York Times, until we […]