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African Studies

Die Orientierungsveranstaltung findet am Di, 1. Oktober 2019 von 10:00 bis 16:00 Uhr im SR 1 des Instituts für Afrikawissenschaften statt.

Verpflichtende Registrierung zu npi LVen (=nichtprüfungsimmanenten Lehrveranstaltungen) per U:SPACE. Damit erfolgt die automatische Anmeldung zu Moodle. Die Registrierung der Vorlesungen gilt nicht als gleichzeitige Anmeldung zu den Prüfungsterminen.

140133 VO+UE (OVSTEOP) Introduction into African History
140146 KU [en] Hausa: Texts 1
140177 KU [en] Hausa: Conversation 1
140114 VU [en] Zulu: Tutorial 1
140209 VU Zulu: Grammar 1
140105 UE What do we do, when we do African Studies - and how do we do it?: - Introduction to debates and working techniques
140105 UE What do we do, when we do African Studies - and how do we do it?: - Introduction to debates and working techniques
140105 UE What do we do, when we do African Studies - and how do we do it?: - Introduction to debates and working techniques
140224 PS PS African History and Society in the 20th and 21st Century: - on Youth, Popular Culture, Land Rights, and beyond
140237 VO History of West Africa 1: - Peopling and Settlement, Social Interactions, and Developments
140224 PS PS African History and Society in the 20th and 21st Century: - on Youth, Popular Culture, Land Rights, and beyond
140237 VO History of West Africa 1: - Peopling and Settlement, Social Interactions, and Developments
140086 VO Kenya, Karen Blixen, and Colonialism: - Perspectives from Scandinavian and African Studies
140132 VO Biographies, Memory and Personal Reflection: - Narratives about individual and group-specific "lives" - samples and secondary literature
140218 VO At the Crossroads of the Continents: - The Early History of Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Aksum
140100 SE Bachelor Seminar African History and Society: - Focus on Mobilitiy, Migration and Diaspora
140148 SE [de en] Bachelor Seminar: "Youth striving for a better world - making life respectable again". - Christian (Pentecostal) and Muslim (Salafi) Youth in West Africa
140133 VO+UE (OVSTEOP) Introduction into African History
140105 UE What do we do, when we do African Studies - and how do we do it?: - Introduction to debates and working techniques
140146 KU [en] Hausa: Texts 1
140177 KU [en] Hausa: Conversation 1
140086 VO Kenya, Karen Blixen, and Colonialism: - Perspectives from Scandinavian and African Studies
140100 SE Bachelor Seminar African History and Society: - Focus on Mobilitiy, Migration and Diaspora
140132 VO Biographies, Memory and Personal Reflection: - Narratives about individual and group-specific "lives" - samples and secondary literature
140148 SE [de en] Bachelor Seminar: "Youth striving for a better world - making life respectable again". - Christian (Pentecostal) and Muslim (Salafi) Youth in West Africa
140218 VO At the Crossroads of the Continents: - The Early History of Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Aksum
140224 PS PS African History and Society in the 20th and 21st Century: - on Youth, Popular Culture, Land Rights, and beyond
140237 VO History of West Africa 1: - Peopling and Settlement, Social Interactions, and Developments
140179 KU Methodological Foundations - Introduction to Interviewing, Observing, the Use of Archives, and Data Analysis
140232 VO Amharic II
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
140232 VO Amharic II
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
140077 KU Guides Reading: Conceiving Africa with James Baldwin? - A Reading Course on the Links between Racism, Identity, Love, Art, and Politics
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
140086 VO Kenya, Karen Blixen, and Colonialism: - Perspectives from Scandinavian and African Studies
140132 VO Biographies, Memory and Personal Reflection: - Narratives about individual and group-specific "lives" - samples and secondary literature
140218 VO At the Crossroads of the Continents: - The Early History of Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Aksum
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
240060 SE VM4 / VM5 - Narratives of education in African intellectual thought - Between normativity and resistance
240062 VO+UE (SGU) VM4 / VM3 - Rassism and antirassism in development - A critical Analysis
140077 KU Guides Reading: Conceiving Africa with James Baldwin? - A Reading Course on the Links between Racism, Identity, Love, Art, and Politics
140218 VO At the Crossroads of the Continents: - The Early History of Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Aksum
140132 VO Biographies, Memory and Personal Reflection: - Narratives about individual and group-specific "lives" - samples and secondary literature
140359 SE Voices of colonial discourse in libraries. - A critical reflection of Africa representations in scientific collections
140086 VO Kenya, Karen Blixen, and Colonialism: - Perspectives from Scandinavian and African Studies
240060 SE VM4 / VM5 - Narratives of education in African intellectual thought - Between normativity and resistance
240062 VO+UE (SGU) VM4 / VM3 - Rassism and antirassism in development - A critical Analysis
140086 VO Kenya, Karen Blixen, and Colonialism: - Perspectives from Scandinavian and African Studies
140132 VO Biographies, Memory and Personal Reflection: - Narratives about individual and group-specific "lives" - samples and secondary literature
140218 VO At the Crossroads of the Continents: - The Early History of Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Aksum
140237 VO History of West Africa 1: - Peopling and Settlement, Social Interactions, and Developments

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