The CIHA Blog’s commentary on recent news pieces about events in Africa.
By: Edwin Adjei, University of Ghana – Legon
History has a way of speaking the mind of a group of people, especially the mind of the powerful. Like many books that […]
By: Angela Okune and Abena Kyere
From lauding praise on the non-existent country of “Nambia” to congratulating African leaders for their countries’ business potential, U.S. President Trump caused quite a […]
Professor Chérif Keïta, a long-time supporter of the Blog who works at the intersection of religion and politics in Africa recently presented to East Carolina University (ECU) students about the […]
The African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) recently held its second bi-annual conference at the Institute of African Studies (University of Ghana, Legon) from October 12-14, 2017. The conference […]