AFRI 3100: African Studies Abroad

The study abroad course enables students to study a selected topic in African Studies with a Carleton professor in an African country (or countries) in which the professor carries out research. The students also learn from experts on the topic in the African country (or countries).  The course is offered at both the undergraduate AFRI 3100.

Current

2020 – Inequality: Cape Town, South Africa (Applications closed)

Past

2018 – Social Media & the Public Sphere in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)

2017 – Migration Lives and Livelihoods in South Africa

2016 – The Challenges of Addressing Global Inequalities in Health through the lens of HIV/AIDS (Malawi)

2015 – The Challenges of Development and Democracy in Africa (Ghana). View photo gallery from the Ghana trip.

2014 – The Evolution of the Media in Post-Genocide Rwanda (Rwanda)

2013 – African Music in Culture ( University of Ghana at Legon and West African Cultural Exchange Centre in Dagbamete, Ghana)

2012 – African Cinema on Location (Institut Imagine, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)
African Cinema on Location featured in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Newsletter FASSinate

2011 – Health and Healthcare in post-Apartheid South Africa (University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban)