Amílcar Cabral, Historical Materialism, and the “Peoples without History”
- The Basic Problem: Are There Peoples Outside History?
- The Cabralian Alternative: Historical Materialism as a Theory of Modes of Production
A multidisciplinary team of Cornell students and faculty and local schoolchildren will begin an archeological dig Sept. 18 at St. James, to deepen the understanding of the church’s role in safeguarding enslaved freedom-seekers in the 19th century and shed new light on the church’s long history.
by Afifa Ltifi
Published in Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS)
By: Haydé Adams, Straight Talk Africa
August 18, 2021
"On this edition of Straight Talk Africa, we look at what it would take to bring the world’s greatest athletic competition, the Olympics, to Africa.
Host Haydé Adams is joined by Mwamoyo Hamza, acting managing editor of VOA’s Africa Division, Paul Frimpong, an economist at the Institute of Certified Chartered Economists, Radwa Saad, a Ph.D. student in Africana Studies at Cornell University and Abdi Nageeye, a silver medalist in the Tokyo Olympics."
Watch the interview at VOANEWS