“Teaching from the Source” traces the journey through a major pedagogical revision resulting in a clearer semester road map, enjoyable […]
In partnership with Youth for Humanity and American Family Insurance, The Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora […]
ATLANTA—Edvige Jean-François, an award-winning global journalist and producer, has been named as the inaugural executive director of the Center for Studies […]
The Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora (CSAD) is happy to announce the opening of applications for Faculty […]
ATLANTA—The Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora (CSAD) at Georgia State University has received a grant of more than […]
Please join the Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora (CSAD) on Wednesday, December 8th, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. (EST) for the first […]
The College of Arts & Sciences at Georgia State University seeks a dynamic leader to serve as the inaugural executive director of its new Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora
The Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora participated in the Second Annual Atlanta Global Studies Symposium, held virtually […]
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) has partnered with Georgia State University (GSU) to provide a structured collaboration platform, called the […]
On February 2, 2021, CSAD hosted an engaging discussion formally introducing the center to GSU’s student body, in collaboration with […]
On, January 28, 2021, CSAD co-sponsored the Diversity Dialogue series “Georgia State University's Role in the Future of Atlanta - […]
The Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora (CSAD) and the Georgia State University Library have partnered with the […]
The Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora (CSAD) joins Atlanta, the nation, and the world in celebrating the life of U.S. Rep. John Lewis, our 17-term conscience of the Congress and lionhearted peacemaker and trumpeter for justice.
At the moment of this center’s launching, we find ourselves at the juncture of three overlapping pandemics: the global spread of the COVID-19 virus, which has exposed the rampant racial health inequalities that ravage our public health system; the economic downturn spawned by the virus’ spread and indexed by the unprecedented unemployment and negative GDP; and the social unrest and protests brought to a boil by the state-sanctioned violence towards unarmed African Americans by police among which are the latest, George Floyd and more recently Rayshard Brooks.
From President Mark Becker & Provost Wendy Hensel to Georgia State students, faculty and staff, June 9, 2020:
We wrote to you last week condemning the senseless deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, in addition to those of Breonna Taylor and countless other African Americans.
The senseless killings of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd have brought forward understandable pain and anger about racism and violence against black Americans. There is no place for racism and violence in our society or at Georgia State.
The Africana Studies Center’s Artists and Activists Series is receiving Ingrid CETOUT (International Cooperation Consultant for the Regional Council of Guadeloupe). Her lecture and workshop “French for Business Opportunities in the Francophone World” will take place at the SCE Ballroom https://wlc.gsu.edu/2019/10/28/french-for-business-opportunities-interactive-workshop-featuring-guest-speaker-ingrid-cetout/.
ASC is co-sponsoring with France-Atlanta 2019 Education Series Karmen UNTERWEGNER’s lecture on methods for: “Bringing humanitarian affairs in French-speaking countries to the classroom.” Unterwegner is an Associate Director for the Guinea Worm Eradication Program at the Carter Center. 1909 25 PP
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