Africa Update is the quarterly newsletter
of the African Studies Program at Central Connecticut State University.
It is supported by its subscribers. If you find it worthwhile, we
would appreciate your requesting a hard copy subscription by sending
us a letter in which you indicate your name, institutional affiliation,
Africa Update is available
on-line. Use the links below to access the most current issue.
Winter 2023 - The Elizabethan Imperial Era, Colonial Plunder,
and the Demise of Queen Elizabeth II
Fall 2022 - Funding African Universities, ASA 2023 &
Conversations with Professor Abdul Bangura
Vol. XXIX, ISSUE 3. Summer 2022 - Nigeria Security Crises; African Airlines
Spring 2022 - Pre-colonial Ibibioland, The African Origin of Civilization Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, New York; and Coping Strategies for Malaria
Winter 2022 - More on Ancient and Contemporary Sudan
Fall 2021 - African Treasures - Sudan: Ancient and Contemporary
Summer 2021 - African Treasures - Kwame Opoku's Quest for Justice
Spring 2021 - The 18th Annual Lecture on the AMISTAD by Prof. Amadu Kaba of Seton Hall University
Winter 2021 - A Tribute to Yima Sen, Salihu Bappa, and Balarabe Musa: Nigerian Scholar Activists and Political Change Makers
Fall 2020 - Governance in Ibibioland, Nigeria; Notes on Steve Biko
Summer 2020 - International Dimensions of the Nigerian Civil War (1967 -70)
Spring 2020 - The 17th Annual Lecture on the AMISTAD
Winter 2020 - Ancient Africa Revisited
Fall 2019 - Nigerian -Portuguese Relations; African Studies at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU)
Summer 2019 - How Europe Underdeveloped Africa: A Tribute to Walter Rodney
Spring 2019 - The 16th Amistad Keynote Address
Winter 2019 - Nigerian Trade Unions; FGM, Ousmane Sembene & Film
Fall 2018 - Winnie Madikizela Mandela
Summer 2018 - Globalization and Ghana; African Indigenous Cosmetics
Spring 2018 - Gambian - Nigerian Relations (Godwin Odeh); Elections in Nigeria(Olusola Akintola) ; Elections in Sierra Leone (Yusuf Bangura) and Ethiopia ( Gloria Emeagwali)
Winter 2018 - Cameroon and Christianity; and US Foreign Policy in Africa
Fall 2017 - Black Leadership in the U.S and Jamaica
Summer 2017 - Africa and Terrorism
Spring 2017 - The Fourteenth Annual Amistad Lecture
Winter 2017 - Race and Racism in Egyptology
Fall 2016 - Educating the Visually Impaired in Nigeria
Editors of AfricaUpdate
- Professor Gloria T. Emeagwali (email@example.com)
Chief Editor of AfricaUpdate
History Department, C.C.S.U.
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050 USA
- Professor H. Haines Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
History Department, C.C.S.U.
- Professor Walton Brown-Foster (email@example.com)
Student Advisor and AfricaUpdate Copy Editor.
Political Science Department, C.C.S.U.
The Newsletter editors are assisted
by African regional editors and student members of the African Studies
Please send comments to Gloria