An exploration of how Africans are represented in international media and by international and transnational organizations.
By: Cecelia Lynch, University of California, Irvine
Now that Jeffrey Gettleman has published a memoir about his tenure as the New York Times’s East Africa correspondent that is widely viewed […]
By: Angela Okune
For the second post in this week’s series looking at problematic reporting of Africa, we repost part of a recent piece by Karen Attiah, The Washington Post’s Global […]
By Edwin Adjei
Last week was a difficult one for families around the world. Sierra Leone experienced a disastrous mudslide where thousands of people lost their loved ones and over 400 […]
By Albert Billy Bangirana, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Africans and indeed many other peoples across the globe are known for their rich cultural heritage. Contemporary discourses in cultural studies have engaged with […]
Cilas Kemedjio, Professor of French and Director of the Frederick Douglass Institute for African American Studies at the University of Rochester, as well as CIHA Blog co-editor, presented a […]
The San peoples
Africa and its peoples have for centuries been prone to biased ‘scientific’ research. Some pre-colonial and post-colonial research projects thrived on the insatiable zeal to justify Western […]
Une conférence s’est tenue ce Mercredi 08 mars à l’Université Gaston Berger sous le thème Casamance : Sortir des préjugés.
Le prétexte était pris pour faire une grande leçon inaugurale sur […]