Place-based pedagogies, University of Mandalay (Part 2)

This post is part of the reflections of the first year MA students of Cultural Anthropology and Sociology at University of Mandalay from their field visits. This has to be located against the fact that teaching in Myanmar is still very traditional in its setting and out-dated in its references. We have been trynig to break this by adopting HaB methodology and pedagogy.

Mobilities of Grassroot Pan-Africanism: Integrating Community Generated Knowledge into a Pan-Africanism Curriculum

This digital story is a contribution to the debates of social mobilities and grassroots pan-Africanism. Kojo tackles these debates using trade, currency, and construction of informal or unofficial transnational routes, food and music in the West African sub-region. It is basically evidence from the field and gives the true picture of how the local folks respond to the debilitating effects of state policies on the borders.

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