Africa’s Global Past and Present Discussed at Day-Long Workshop

Nina Sheth ’10 speaks on “Franco-Maghrebi Feminism and Maghrebi Feminism,” during a workshop on “Africa’s Past and Present: Rethinking African and the African Diaspora" on April 23. The day-long workshop, held in the Shapiro Creative Writing Center included several lectures, a photographic exhibit and music.

Mike Nelson, professor of government, speaks on “China’s Impact on the African State: Angola and Ghana” during the workshop. Nelson co-organized the event.

The audience listens to Nelson's discussion.

The photographic exhibit of Aubery Graham’s “Beyond the Victim” was on display throughout the event. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett Drake)