Monday, November 28, 2016

Week in African Studies November 28 - December 2, 2016. Opening of the application for Summer Study Abroad in Tanzania

This Week in AFSP 11/28 - 12/2
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This Week in African Studies
November 28 - December 2, 2016
STUDY ABROAD
Opening of the application for 
Summer Study Abroad in Tanzania
The intersection of development studies, an immersive study of Kiswahili, and hands on application through local internship-- take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn on the continent. For more information about the program, click here or email africanstudies@georgetown.edu
Application Deadline: December 6th, 2016
Apply here
INTERNSHIPS AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES 
 Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance

Entrepreneur of African descent? Interested in post-graduate opportunities at world-class professional schools such as the Yale School of Management, Oxford-Said School of Business, or Tufts' Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy? Apply here before the November 30th application deadline.
Global Africa: Dynamic and Connective Scholarship

Indiana University Graduate Students in African Studies (GSAS) invite proposals that explore the strategies and products of researching Africa within diverse global contexts. Given the scope of these potential inquiries and the conference theme, this symposium encourages paper proposals from a wide variety of methodological, theoretical, and disciplinary backgrounds. For more information, email iu.gsas.symposium@gmail.com.
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Dates & Deadlines
59th Annual
ASA Meeting

December 1-3
Washington, DC
Tanzania Study Abroad Application

Due: December 7
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February 4, 2017

Georgetown University's
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Africa Business Conference


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Established in 1980, the African Studies Program's core strength is political life broadly conceived. Our constant aim is to maintain and expand our comparative advantage in research and teaching by fostering an understanding of politics and economic development, conflict management and resolution, and issues of governance and institutions.
 

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