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The research team with Patrick Yiapan. The Yiapan children are looking at landscape pictures using a google card-board 3D viewer. The team includes Veronica Waweru of Yale University (far left), Stephen Thompson (University of Connecticut), Christine Ogola and Job Kibii (National Museums of Kenya).
The Narok Paleoanthropological Project, a joint research project of the Council on African Studies at the MacMillan Center and the National Museums of Kenya (NMK), has been...
Colin interviewing a farmer after a day of work.
This summer I have the incredible opportunity to conduct qualitative research on changes in land use practices with smallholder farmers in the Bono East region of Ghana...
Left to right: Kefentse Mzwinila ’99 M.A., Botswanan minister of land management, water and sanitation services; Yale President Peter Salovey; President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana; Yale Director for Africa Eddie Mandhry.
President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana and a delegation including First Lady Neo Jane Masisi visited Yale on June 6 for a series of meetings aimed at...
Under clear skies and before a sea of zany headwear, acclaimed Nigerian writer and Class Day speaker Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie GRD ’08 urged the class of 2019 to be both “...
If Washington thinks that affirming flawed votes and the leaders who benefited from them abroad isn’t harming the health of democracy at home, it is mistaken. Read the full...
Catherine Labiran, who is graduating this month with a Master’s Degree in African Studies, has been selected as the recipient of two Afro-American Cultural Center awards. She...
Faculty, students, and members of the greater Yale and New Haven community came together on April 30 to celebrate the Council on African Studies second annual African Studies...