Covid Quarantine Quiz of ASP
ASP is here to help you get through the Covid-19 quarantine! This 10-question quiz will be posted in every week's newsletter and on the ASP website. The answers and the winners will be announced in the following week's newsletter. Best of luck to everyone!
The following questions will be about the African Studies Program's history, staff and faculty
Who were the founders of the African Studies Program?
Neil Kodesh and Nancy Kendall
A. C. Jordan and Lyndon Harries
Phillip Curtin and Jan Vansina
IRIS Associate Director Anju Reejhsinghani and African Cultural Studies Assistant Professor Jacque Mougoué share what research interest?
They did research on Africa's locust plague
They both lived in Uganda
In which two countries has Nancy Kendall, director of ASP, done extensive research in?
Mozambique and Malawi
Malawi and Mali
Mozambique and Mauritania
Madagascar and Martinique
What event does Emilie Songolo, ASP's bibliographer, orchestrate every year
Mandela Washington Fellowship
Africa at Noon
Day in Africa
International Women's Day
True or False: 15,000+ people have taken UW's course "Africa: An Introductory Survey"
Which African languages does the Department of African Cultural Studies offer?
When did the African Studies Program at University of Wisconsin-Madison host its first cohort of Mandela Washington Fellows?
Which programs were established by the university in the 1960s
African Studies Program
Comparative Tropical History Program (later African History Program)
Department of African Languages and Literature (later Department of African Cultural Studies)
African Studies Department
Afro-American Studies Department
True or False: Since 2016, every Wednesday at noon the African Studies Program hosts a one hour seminar on topics and issues related to Africa
Which Africanist climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and watched the chimps in the Gombi National Park
Marie- Josée Houénou
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