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Dr. Abdou Yaro with Bamanankan students at the language festivalDr. Abdou Yaro with Bamanankan students at the language festival

Mbira master performer Cosmas Magaya at the Lotus Blossom Festival, Binford Elementary SchoolMbira master performer Cosmas Magaya at the Lotus Blossom Festival, Binford Elementary School

a gum boot danceZulu language students performing a gum boot dance at the language festival

Journalism Professor James Kelly with studentsJournalism Professor James Kelly with students on summer study abroad program in Kenya

Linguistics Ph.D. student Abbie HantganLinguistics Ph.D. student Abbie Hantgan conducting research on the Bangime language on the Bandiagara escarpment in Mali
Courtesy Abbie Hantgan

Anthropology Ph.D. student Katherine WileyAnthropology Ph.D. student Katherine Wiley with host family in Kankossa, Mauritania
Courtesy Katherine Wiley

Anthropology Professor Beth BuggenhagenAnthropology Professor Beth Buggenhagen and daughter Evelyn with cloth traders in Dakar, Senegal
Courtesy Beth Buggenhagen

Anthropology Professor Gracia ClarkAnthropology Professor Gracia Clark during an interview in Kumasi, Ghana
Courtesy Gracia Clark

African Studies Program 50th Anniversary ReceptionAfrican Studies Program 50th Anniversary Reception in the IU Art Museum atrium, 21 October 2011

Professor Eileen Julien at African photojournalism exhibitComparative Literature Professor Eileen Julien at African photojournalism exhibit in the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, 20 October 2011; photos by Djibril Sy (Senegal) and Jacob Otieno (Kenya) in background

Professor Eileen Julien, photojournalist Jacob Otieno, and Journalism Professor James KellyProfessor Eileen Julien, photojournalist Jacob Otieno, and Journalism Professor James Kelly at exhibit opening, 20 October 2011

Raymond and Laura Wielgus GalleryGraduate students Adrien Pouille (Comparative Literature) and Sarah Keil (Library and Information Science/African Studies) in the Raymond and Laura Wielgus Gallery of the IU Art Museum