Question 1: Africa At Noon speaker, Noah Tamarkin presented on genetic ancestry and political subjectivity in…

South Africa

Question 2: Which Africanists served as the directors of the African Studies Program?

  • Philip D. Curtin
  • Aliko Songolo
  • Neil Kodesh
  • Nancy Kendall

Question 3: 45 African countries are represented by faculty research. 


Question 4: Africanist Lusayo Mwakatika interned in Malawi for…

ACADES, an agricultural orginzation

Question 5: What even was this said about? ““The presenters had first hand knowledge of living in Senegal and were extremely enthusiastic about the time they spent there. They were engaging speakers and understood what would be interesting to the audience. They were just wonderful–I think my students and I could have listened to them for hours! I would love to have them come back!” – Jennifer Wolfe 

Outreach Scholars Program

Question 6: Professor D was the inaugural Nasir Jones Hip Hop Fellow at the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute at Harvard University in 2014- 2015


Question 7: The Rwanda Wildlife Restoration Research collaboration in Akagera National Park (ANP) involves…

  • Restoring Rwanda’s natural ecosystems
  • Balancing the social distribution of costs and benefits from wildlife
  • Reintroducing animals such as elephants and lions
  • Include items from daily life in different African countries

Question 8: Which ASP faculty member leads the Global Education Policy research in Malawi?

Nancy Kendall

Question 9: Kevin Gnagne, the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellow spent years…

  • Working in law enforcement as it relates to the environment and sustainable development
  • Working at an animal conservation site in Botswana

Question 10: Who were the main influencers in developing the African Studies Program?

Philip Curtin and Jan Vansina