The African Studies Center (ASC) sponsors conferences, lectures, exhibits, film series, and cultural performances throughout the year. These events are designed to foster understanding of Africa among members of the U-M community and the public and to advance the exchange of resources and knowledge between U-M and its partners in Africa.
In addition to our yearly programming, ASC considers funding requests to cosponsor lectures, events, performances, and activities that coincide with the our mission to promote a broad and deep understanding of the region. Request to cosponsor an event»
10th floor Weiser Hall
500 Church St, Ann Arbor, MI
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Professor, Anthropology and Linguistics and American Culture Director, Native American Studies
University carillonist, University of Michigan Associate Professor of Music, U-M
Lecturer, Wits University, South Africa
Music curator, composer, researcher, and musician
Attorney, activist, author (Troos vir die Gebrokenes, Vuilspel, Slaafs, Jagter, and Onverskrokke Vrouwe)
The event is part of the event series, Dutch Studies: A Decolonial Revision, celebrating 50 Years of Dutch Studies at the University of Michigan. Events take place March 30 - April 2, 2022, and are accompanied by an exhibit in the Hatcher Graduate Library, Jan 31 - April 4, 2022.
|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||African Studies Center, Dutch, Music|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Germanic Languages & Literatures, African Studies Center, Department of Linguistics|