IAS Fellowship Opportunity for Second Year SIPA MIA/MPA students: each year, the IAS selects a SIPA MIA/MPA student in their second year to work as the Institute’s Program Assistant (also known as the Departmental Research Assistant). The position involves 15 hours per week of support throughout the academic year with event management and publicity. In exchange, the Program Assistant receives a stipend and financial support towards tuition. The competition for this fellowship is announced in the spring of every year.
Students of African languages are invited to apply for Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships for summer (2014) and academic year (2014-2015) study of Zulu, Arabic, Swahili, or Wolof.
The Council on African Studies at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University invites applications for TWO postdoctoral fellowships, commencing on July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020. Candidates must have research and teaching experience relevant to contemporary Africa. The fellowship is open to all disciplines in the Social Sciences and Humanities, particularly Anthropology, History, Sociology, and Women and Gender Studies.
The Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa program seeks an intern to amplify and diversify the program’s online presence through social media, a WordPress website, publications on various SSRC platforms, and features of members of the Next Gen current cohort and alumni network. The intern will work with program staff to develop new and engaging content that features the work of the program, including but not limited to interviews, the creation of infographics, social media graphics, and articles for a WordPress website.
Ninth Annual Symposium of the Consortium for Asian and African Studies (CAAS)
MINORITIES BETWEEN GLOBALIZATION AND AREAL APPROACHES.
[Self]Definitions, Constructions, Realities, Identities and Memories
INALCO (Paris), October 19th and 20th, 2018
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The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 academic year. Opportunities are available for artists, college and university faculty, professionals, and independent scholars to teach and conduct research at educational institutions and research institutions throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Fulbright Scholars represent the diversity of the United States and build lasting relationships with students, collaborators, the wider research community, and/or institutions abroad that serve as the foundation for future collaborations.
There are two opportunities for doctoral researchers in the Africa Multiple Clusters of Excellence at the University of Bayreuth, Germany. There are part-time positions in English Linguistics and the Study of Religion within Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies beginning on November 1st, 2019. The contract period for both positions is four years.
The Committee on Global Thought has an open position for an undergraduate student interested in participating in the 2021-2022 Global Thought Experience (GTE). Participating organization African Services Committee is currently recruiting a Spanish speaker for the position of Hotline and Administrative Volunteer. The successful applicant will join the current 2021-2022 GTE Cohort. Program participants are required to complete 3-6 hours/week of service at their assigned organization.
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IEA de Saint-Louis UCAD UGB / St –Louis
INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES SAINT-LOUIS, SENEGAL
A Centre of Excellence for Thinking Africa and the World
“GLOBALIZATION, NATIONAL LANGUAGES AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA”
IN TRIBUTE TO TWO PIONEERS OF AFRICAN LINGUISTICS:
ARAM Fall and PATHE Diagne
3 - 5 December, 2018
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Our yearlong ISERP-sponsored seminar continues to seek to foster a conversation across the social science communities at Columbia to discuss the diverse ways in which interdisciplinarity can be mobilized. The ultimate goal of the seminar series is to explore how interdisciplinary approaches can contribute to and enrich traditional disciplines and what such interdisciplinarity demands from them.
Denison University seeks an active artist/scholar who works within African Diaspora/Africanist traditions to join a vibrant dance program at a private liberal arts college. Successful candidates are expected to be excellent teachers, to maintain a productive, ongoing research agenda, and to contribute actively to the continued growth of the department and the college. Review of applicants will begin Nov. 17, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.