3 – 5 November 2017, Dartmouth
This is the second event to be organised by the emerging Matariki network of scholars in African Studies. The colloquium involved colleagues from Queen’s and Dartmouth and focused on understanding existing African models for engagement in health and wellness.
Gender and Sexuality in Africa: Transdisciplinary Conversations brought together scholars, artists, and activists for a productive two days of roundtables and panel discussions.
Presented by the African and African American Studies (AAAS) Program, the symposium was co-sponsored by the Comparative Literature Program, the Dean of the Arts & Humanities, the Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, the Dickey Center, the Leslie Center, and the Office of the Provost.
A photography exhibition by Faith Rotich (’18) accompanied the symposium.
For a more detailed report on this event, please click here.