Abena Asare, Ph.D.

 

 

Abena Ampofoa Asare is Assistant Professor of Modern African Affairs specializing in West African post-colonial history. Her research spans questions of migration, human rights, and transitional justice in Africa and the African diaspora. Published in both policy-focused and academic journals, her work focuses on the importance of marginalized histories when contemplating questions of African social and political progress. She is currently working on a book manuscript entitled A Survivors' History of Ghana: Memories of Human Rights and Resistance in the National Reconciliation Commission. 

Contact Information:

S-235 Social & Behavioral Sciences Building          
Office: (631) 632-1366
E-mail: Abena.Asare@stonybrook.edu

Welcome to the Spring 2015 Semester!

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News:

Congratulations to M.A. Candidate in Africana Studies Shevonne Cleveland who will be presenting a paper at the 2014 Oxford University Women's Leadership Symposium!

The AFS Open House will be on March 4, 2015 from 12:30pm - 2:20pm. All are invited!

 

 

NEWSLETTER SPRING 2015

 

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Elizabeth Nunez to speak at the Humanities Institute on Tuesday, April 7th 4PM HUM 1008

 

 

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