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Linda Thomas-Greenfield and “The Art of Diplomacy”

African Studies Program Alum, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield was featured in an article with the International Division last week.  On February 23, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Linda Thomas-Greenfield as the 31st U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. …

Appreciating Neil Kodesh

The African Studies Program would like to express our gratitude for Neil Kodesh. Neil is a History Department Professor and has served as the longstanding African Studies Program Director. Neil guided the African Studies Program …

Appreciating Lindsay Ehrisman

The African Studies Program would like to extend our gratitude for Lindsay Ehrisman and the abundance of work she does for our Program. Lindsay is a history PhD candidate whose research asks about the interconnected …

Our Award Winning Community

African Studies Program would like to draw attention to recent awardees affiliated with our Program! If you’ve recently won an award, email us at connect_intl@wisc.edu. GRADUATE STUDENTS   Lauren Parnell Marino received the Mary Washburn Willets …

APPRECIATING JOEL BARAKA

The African Studies Program is excited to publicly appreciate Joel Baraka. Joel is a 4th-year undergraduate civil engineering major, with a creative approach to education. Joel has worked with our African Studies Program for the …