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Explore the Collection Voania was the chief (mfumu ma kanda) of Muba, a village on the Atlantic coast in present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo. He specialized in...
By John Azumah, Visiting Professor, Yale Divinity School On Saturday February 29, 2020, over 1100 guests filled the Great Hall of the University of Ghana in Accra, to...
Dirt and dirtiness are ubiquitous — but the ways we conceive of it vary in ways both cultural and personal. In her new book, “Histories of Dirt: Media and Urban Life in...
The HAPPINESS Project is one of the ways Yale faculty and students are tackling the complex, global challenges of connecting people with mental health services. The HAPPINESS...
NEW HAVEN: France bowed to West African pressure in December, finally agreeing to loosen supervision of the Financial Community of Africa currency union and CFA franc. The...
By Amanda Joyce Hall, Ph.D. Candidate in History & African American Studies Four-hundred years after enslaved Africans arrived on the shores of colonial Virginia,...
President Salovey during his previous trip to Africa in 2018 when he visited university partners in Ghana and Kenya.
Yale University President Peter Salovey arrived in Nigeria Jan. 15 to continue his leadership of the Yale Africa Initiative, a long-term, university-wide commitment to...