The African Studies Center (ASC) serves as a conduit through which the many African initiatives across the University of Michigan, from law and medicine to the sciences and humanities, may be furthered to the mutual benefit of the university and its African partners. ASC is a member of the International Institute.
Winter 2014 Newsletter
U-M STEM-Africa Initiative's Third Biennial Conference
Effective U.S. Strategies for African STEM Collaborations, Capacity Building, and Diaspora Engagement
- World Bank VP on science in Africa: Leaping from ‘Yes, we can’ to ‘Yes, we do’ April 2, 2014
- Curator of African Art Position Established With Gift From Helmut and Candis Stern March 18, 2014
- U-M nurse anesthetist leads medical relief trip in Kenya with U-M and Henry Ford health systems March 5, 2014
- "Crisis in South Sudan: Exploring the Role of Student Engagement in International Conflict"
- 3:00 PM
- AHAW Annual Conference. "Bodies and Technologies in Africa: Histories and Politics of Healing and Preservation"
Speaker: Guillaume Lachenal, Universite Paris Diderot, Departement Histoire et Philosophie des Sciences
- 6:00 PM
- Africa History and Anthropology Workshop. "Practicing Space: Embodied Memory and Social Reproduction in a Freetown Maternity Hospital"
Speaker: Tara Dosumu Diener, Ph.D. candidate, anthropology and history, U-M
- 6:00 PM