Institute of African Studies

Institute of African Studies



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.

 Fourth Issue of IAS Journal: NokokoNokoko 4 - cover


Moses Kiggundu

First issue of Africa Journal of Management

Professor Moses Kiggundu of the Sprott School of Business (cross-appointed to the Institute of African Studies) is holding the first issue of the Africa Journal of Management.  Professor Kiggundu is the Founding Editor of the Africa Academy of Management journal which is published by Routledge.... More

Monday, June 22nd, 2015 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

Emma Bider

African Studies student wins Provost Scholar Award

The Institute of African Studies warmly congratulates Emma Bider for being selected for the Provost Scholar Award! Emma is a fourth year African Studies/Journalism student graduating with her Bachelors of Arts (Honours) and Bachelors of Journalism next month. Emma was one of ten students at... More

Friday, May 15th, 2015 in News Feed for all posts filed under News


Videos of “Religious Fundamentalisms & Women’s Rights” presentations

The videos of the presentations of the conference, “Religious Fundamentalisms Impact on Women’s Rights in Africa” co-organized by the Africa Canada Forum (of the Canadian Council for International Co-operation) and the Institute of African Studies on April 21, 2015, at Carleton is... More

Thursday, May 7th, 2015 in News Feed for all posts filed under News

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