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Singing our Song in a Foreign Land: Emergence and Ascendancy of African Musical Arts in the Diaspora

Fall 2021 African Studies Lecture
Zoom and 217 Holmes Hunter Building

You are cordially invited. The African Studies Institute presents the 2021 African Studies Fall Lecture on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, at 2pm Eastern. The annual lecture will be delivered by Professor AdeOluwa Okunade, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and Visiting Scholar in the UGA African Studies Institute. The topic of the lecture will be "Singing Our Song in a Foreign Land: Emergence and Ascendancy of African Musical Arts in the Diaspora.

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