Popular Resistance in Africa and International Solidarity:
A Conversation with Professor Horace G. Campbell.
Reception to follow.
On Saturday 18th February, the History Watch Project will be co-organzing an exciting event with the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University.
Come by and listen to Professor Horace G. Campbell in conversation with CBC’s Adrian Harewood as they discuss “Popular Resistance in Africa and International Solidarity”
- When? 6:00pm, Saturday 18th February, 2017 (RSVP required)
- Where? 2nd Floor, River Building, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Carleton University
- Cost? Free to the Public (must RSVP).
- RSVP: http://carleton.ca/blackhistorymonth/
About the Event: The presentation will be followed by a wine & cheese reception, and musical entertainment by steelpan soloist Dejehan “Lucky Stickz” Hamilton.
About the Keynote Speaker: Horace G. Campbell is a Professor of African American Studies and Political Science at Syracuse University. In 2016/2017, he was given the prestigious appointment of Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies at the University of Ghana. Well known in his dual role as both an academic and activist, Dr. Campbell is reputed for his determined efforts to provide alternative perspectives to the mainstream narratives that frame discussions on international affairs. He has also published extensively on a range of topics related to the comparative politics of Africa and the Caribbean, African international relations, pan Africanism, peace studies, and political economy. His publications include Global NATO and the catastrophic Failure in Libya (2013), Barack Obama and 21st Century Politics (2010), Pan Africanism, Pan Africanists, and African Liberation in the 21st Century (2006), Reclaiming Zimbabwe (2003), Tanzania and the IMF (1992), and Rasta and Resistance: From Marcus Garvey to Walter Rodney (1987).