We are excited to present an Africa series of talks to connect the community of people studying Africa or working in Africa -- including students, faculty, staff, and the wider Tucson community. We believe that with the exchange of information and building a diverse community of scholars focused on topics related to Africa, we can leverage our unique experiences to learn from each other and productively engage with topics about Africa.
This Africa Table Speaker Series is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
Dates and location of each talk are listed below:
January 31, 2020: Student Union/Copper Room - Title: Range Reseeding and Pastoralists Resilience to Climate Variability by Diana Githu.
February 21, 2020: Student Union/Sabino Room - Title: "Modern" Farming and Transformation of Livelihoods in Rural Tanzania by Katherine Snyder.
March 20, 2020: Student Union/Copper Room - Title: Colonizing Shari'a: Islam, Law, and the Secular in the Colonial Encounter in Mauritania (1900-1934) by Abbass Braham.
April 24, 2020: Student Union/Sabino Room - Title: Women's Welfare and Experienced Fertility: Understanding the Role of Failed Pregnancy, Abortion, and Stillbirth by Anna Josephson.