2 edition of International directory of scholars and specialists in African studies found in the catalog.
International directory of scholars and specialists in African studies
|Statement||compiled by James Duffy, Mitsue Frey, Michael Sims.|
|Contributions||Frey, Mitsue, joint author., Sims, Michael, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DT19.5 .D83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||355 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||79122383|
(See Council on African Studies, under Non-Degree Granting Programs, Councils, and Research Institutes.) Joint degrees are possible with the approval of the director of graduate studies (DGS) and the relevant officials in the schools of Forestry & Environmental Studies, . Research in International Studies, Africa Series and opinion to area specialists and to a wide community of persons interested in world affairs. The editors seek manuscripts of quality in a wide range of editor works closely with authors to produce a high-quality book. and disorder. African and non-African scholars alike.
Description: The International Journal of African Historical Studies (formerly: African Historical Studies) is devoted to the study of the African es in English on all aspects of Africa's history are welcome ‐ from prehistoric archaeology to the present problems of the continent, including interactions between Africa and the Afro-American peoples of the New World ‐ as long as. Duffy, James Overview. Works: 37 works in publications in 3 languages and 7, library holdings International directory of scholars and specialists in Third World studies by James Duffy International directory of scholars and specialists in African studies by James Duffy .
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Welcome to the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University. This past academic year has been transformational for the Institute. We launched a few new academic programs and organized a series of events that included an election series on the Congo, Cameroon, Senegal, and Mali, as well as a film series that highlighted recent documentary films on leadership and democracy in Africa.The African Studies Program invites you to attend their first event of the semester, "A Roundtable with the IWP Residents from Africa." This event will take place on Wednesday, Octo from p.m.
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