Call for Participation in the African Humanities Map
In 2014, CHCI convened a special meeting at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, which brought together scholars, activists, writers, musicians, and public humanists to reflect on the humanities in Africa. This first meeting led to a period of significant intellectual exchange and, in 2016, a multiyear grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation designed to support two projects: a preliminary mapping of the humanities in Africa and a series of workshops, particularly for emerging scholars across the Continent. We now invite participants in the first phase of the CHCI African Humanities Initiative: the African Humanities Map.
Read the full call and the instructions to apply here.