pan africanism

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.

Collaboration between HaB's Ghana Project and Department of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Leiden University

Ms. Stephanie Huber, a graduate research student from Leiden University, joined the Ghana project team last Tuesday to begin her field stint in Cape Coast and Akosombo in central and eastern regions of Ghana respectively.

Interview: Kojo Opoku Aidoo discusses HaB on Radio Univers in Ghana

Subject: Humanities across Borders: Asia and Africa in the World As a part of the Interrogating Africa series by the Institute of African Studies in the University of Ghana, Kojo Opuku Aidoo had the chance to discuss the HaB project, the encyclopedic university and his idea of the grassroots pan-Africanism. Interrogating Africa is a weekly radio series that has run since 2013 through which faculty share their research with the community.

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