The third issue of Nokoko, Carleton University’s Institute of African Studies open-access journal, is now published. The theme of the issue is “Exploring Radio, Convergence and Development in Africa,” a special issue of Nokoko with Allan Thompson as guest editor and Heather... More
Institute of African Studies
January 29, 2014
Third Issue of IAS Journal: Nokoko
January 10, 2014
IAS students’ work published in e-journal.
December 16, 2013
IAS congratulates Professor Emeritus Doug Anglin on his 90th birthday
December 10, 2013
John Schram and Linda Freeman interviewed on The Currrent
December 9, 2013
Dr. Linda Freeman reflects on Nelson Mandela’s passing.
The Institute of African Studies is an interdisciplinary institute at Carleton University, bringing together a wide range of expertise on African history, politics, literatures, cinemas, media,societies & cultures, legal systems and economics. It is committed to teaching, research, debate and community outreach on all matters related to Africa.
IAS congratulates Professor Emeritus Doug Anglin on his 90th birthday. He is holding here a picture of him, Julius Nyerere and Kenneth Kaunda from July 1966 at the University of Zambia, where he was the inaugural Vice-Chancellor... More
John Schram (a distinguished senior fellow at NPSIA) and Linda Freeman are interviewed on The Current (here).... More