African Studies Committee
The African Studies Committee is an informal group of students, staff, and faculty at Western Oregon University who are interested in Africa and African Studies. The committee encourages teaching and scholarship on Africa, with the goal of educating the campus and local community about Africa. The committee provides information about resources at Western Oregon University, including faculty and staff members with expertise in African studies, study abroad programs, internships, course offerings, and films. The committee also seeks funding to expand African studies resources and organizes campus and local community events pertaining to Africa. In addition, the committee supports faculty and student research on Africa and facilitates dissemination of research through the regularly held lectures and seminars.
Isidore Lobnibe, Associate Professor of Anthropology
If you want to join the African Studies Committee, send an email to Isidore
Lobnibe at email@example.com
Conner M Rapkoch completed an IE3 Global Internship in South Africa last spring. He writes eloquently of his work and experiences there, and has invited us to share this story with our readers.
ANTH 380D: Africa (offered every year)
Western Oregon University has currently two study abroad programs in Ghana, Morocco, Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa.
Please contact Michele Price, Director of Study Abroad and International Exchanges.
Michele V. Price, Director
The Forgotten of Africa, Wasting Away in Jails Without Trial By Michael Wines was published on the front page of the New York Times, Sunday edition of November 6, 2005
To receive notice of upcoming African Studies Committee meetings and activities, send an email to Isidore Lobnibe at firstname.lastname@example.org with the message "Please add me to the African_studies_committee mailing list". Include your name and email.
Department of Anthropology 503-838-8357 | or e-mail: email@example.com