The University of Johannesburg’s (UJ Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (PATC),South Africa, in collaboration with Howard University’s Graduate Studies in the Department of African Studies, Washington D.c, United States; Ehe UJ South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChi) Chair: Teaching and Learning; and the UJ Library, would like to invite you to the virtual book launch of the volume titled From Ilvory Towers to Ebony Towers: Transforming Humanities Curricula in South Africa, Africa and AFrican-American Studies.

Transforming Humanities Curricula African-American Schools of Thought

Edited by OluwaseunTella and Shireen Motala. DATE Wednesday, 20

October 2021 TIME 15h30-17h00 (SAST); 13h30-15h00 (CMT and 09h30-11h00 (EDT VENUE Online via Zoom. Register on htps://zoom.us/s/96092671888 CHAIR Dr. Adeoye O. Akinola, Head of Research and Teaching, institute for Pan African Thought and Conversation, Universily of Johannesburg, South Africa SPEAKERS Professor Krista Johnson, Associate Professor and Director Graduate Studies in the Department of African Studies, Howard University, Washington D. United States Professor Aldon Morris, Leon Forrest Professor of Sociology and African American Studies, Northwestem University, Evanston, United States RSVP To confirm your attendance, please contact Ms Thandeka Nomvele at tnomvele@u.acza(tel 011 559 7230 or Ms Nompumelelo Ndawonde at ndawondenompumelelon@gmail.cam (tel:011 559 7234)

Oct 20, 2021
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