The Kansas African Studies Center coordinates and develops interdisciplinary interests in all areas of African Studies across the University of Kansas and promotes an understanding of Africa and its diaspora in the university, the state of Kansas, the Midwest, and beyond. The Center's mission includes the enhancement of curriculum, the sponsorship of research, the organization of conferences, the promotion of special projects, the acquisition of library and related resources, and the implementation of outreach programs. KASC actively pursues funding opportunities to make these activities possible and assist the university in their realization.
The Power of Migration Stories
Tuesday, December 6
The Commons, Spooner Hall
As part of the new series "Framing the Dialogue" sponsored by the Commons, this gathering will be a conversation about migration issues across disciplines. KASC and our Migration Stories project partners will highlight accomplishments in facilitating and sharing stories of migration this year during an initiative funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Join us to view the fruits of the project to date and discuss possible broader collaborations in the future. Find out more about the project at www.migrationstories.ku.edu.