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Jan 27 2015
The Stanford Report featured a story about two CAS lectures co-sponsored with Stanford Live that will take place as The Nile Project visits Stanford University for a concert and performance on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. The Nile Project is a collective
 of top musicians from Egypt, Ethiopia,...
Jan 15 2015
John Githongo, internationally renowned Kenyan journalist and activist Githongo who exposed government corruption in Kenya, was featured in a recent article from the Stanford Report. Githongo will spend 10 weeks at Stanford University interacting with students, faculty and community groups.
Dec 21 2014
Stanford CAS alum Rachel Quint publishes article titled "Leveraging Africa's Voice: Determining the Post-2015 Development Goals". Quint analyzes critiques of the 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the post-2015 restructuring of international policy development and aid flows as more...
Dec 19 2014
Stanford CAS alum Nana Osei-Opare has published an article in Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies titled "Communism and the Tutelage of African Agency: Revisiting Mandela’s Communist Ties". Osei-Opare is co-editor of Ufahamu, which is named after the Swahili word for comprehension, understanding...
Dec 4 2014 | Stanford News
CAS Co-Director Grant Parker was featured in a recent article from the Stanford Report titled "Stanford scholar questions whether traditional statues are an appropriate way to commemorate Mandela." Click here for the full article.