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Center for African Studies | University of Edinburgh

Founded in 1963, CAS is the only such academic unit in Scotland dedicated to the study of Africa. We draw on Africanist expertise across the University to create a dynamic atmosphere for the study of Africa in Edinburgh. Looking beyond the University, the Centre seeks to relate African Studies to the wider community, through links with the Scottish Parliament, NGOs and major educational and cultural organizations in Africa and Scotland.

African Languages and Cultures | Ghent University

Program in English and Dutch (Flemish).

Information on staff, courses. Has full text online publications. Sponsored a conference: Belgium's Africa: Assessing the Belgian Legacy in and on Africa: The Social Sciences. University of Ghent, Belgium 21-23 October 1999. Is home of the Interdisciplinary Research Group Africa (IDOGA).

Brussels Centre of African Studies

The tradition of Africanist research at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) dates back to the 1950s and has continued to flourish at the Flemish Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). Formed in 2000, the Brussels Centre of African Studies has once more brought together both Francophone and Flemish Africanists from the two main universities in Brussels.

Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies | Leiden University (Netherlands)

The Research School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies (CNWS) integrates students and scholars in the arts, social sciences and law of the Non-Western world within the Netherlands. An important feature of the School is the variety of disciplinary and methodological approaches (such as anthropology, archaeology, history, art history, law, and philology) and the regional scope. Individual students and scholars usually focus on a specific region for extended periods of time. The regional and empathic focus of the School, and its international contacts, consequently encourage a fruitful exchange of research results.

African Studies Centre | Cambridge University (UK)

Established in 1965 by pathbreaking anthropologist, Dr Audrey Richards, the Centre exists to support research and teaching on Africa within the University. As part of its commitment to bridging the gap between the academy and the rest of society, the Centre offers a relaxed meeting place for Africans and others interested in Africa, facilitating specialist researchers and visitors.

Centre d'Etude d'Afrique Noire | Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux (France)

Program in French.

Center devoted to analysis of political change in Africa. Has full text of its latest newsletters, Lettre du CEAN, in Adobe .pdf format. Publishes the journals, l'Afrique politique and Lusotopie.

Department of African Studies | Humboldt-University (Germany)

Program in German and English.

African Studies in Berlin were established in 1887 when the Institute of Oriental Languages was founded at the Friedrich-Wilhelm-University (now Humboldt University at Berlin). The Department is part of the Institute of Asian and African Studies and comprises three disciplines: African Linguistics, African literatures and cultures, and history in Africa.

African and Asian Studies | Open University (UK)

The primary function of the Centre is to foster and develop research related to Africa and Asia as understood above. As such the Centre is committed to extending the national and international reach of the Arts Faculty and The Open University, and to providing a dynamic space for the well-developed research culture in these areas that exists already within the Faculty particularly and the University at large.

School of Oriental and African Studies | University of London (UK)

The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), part of the University of London, enjoys a worldwide reputation for the quality of its teaching and research in the arts and humanities, languages and cultures, and the law and social sciences. As the leading centre in Europe for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East, SOAS boasts high quality teaching, an excellent research record (as illustrated in the most recent RAE) and academics who are world leaders in their disciplines.

Centre of African Studies | University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

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