African & African Diaspora Studies Program
School of International and Public Affairs
2nd Annual AADS Humanities Afternoon
"Crossing the Sahara and Back: African Feminisms in Dialogue"
The second annual African & African Diaspora Studies Humanities Afternoon brings together international scholars who are interrogating, theorizing and actively engaging gender issues within a transnational perspective.
Fatima Sadiqi, University of Fez
Abena Busia, Rutgers University
Obioma Nnaemeka, Indiana University
Aziza Chaouni, Bureau E.A.S.T., Toronto, Canada
with responses by:
Edmund Abaka, University of Miami
Donna Aza Weir-Soley, FIU
Maya Boutaghou, FIU
November 18th, 2011, 1pm
presentations and discussion begin at 1pm in GL 100 B
Reception and Exhibition opening at 530pm in PCA 140
for More information, please call 305-348-4264.
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