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African Humanities Program Dissertation Fellows

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Through fellowship competitions, regional workshops, and peer networking, the African Humanities Program provides support to the humanities in five African countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. The centerpiece of the program is the distribution of fellowships to African scholars in these countries for work on dissertations, research projects, and scholarly manuscripts. Dissertation awards are listed below; also see postdoctoral awards. The program is supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Read more about this fellowship program.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

Abayomi Olusola Awelewa
Abayomi Olusola Awelewa|Abstract

PhD Candidate, English - Unending Quest for the Lost Self in New Nigerian Writings from the Diaspora

Victoria Oluwamayowa Ogunkunle
Victoria Oluwamayowa Ogunkunle|Abstract

Assistant Lecturer, English - Performance, Participation and Cultural Meaning in MTN Project Fame Music Reality Show: A Multimodal Approach

Eyitayo Tolulope Ijisakin
Eyitayo Tolulope Ijisakin|Abstract

Lecturer, Fine & Applied Arts - Unveiling the treasures of Printmaking in contemporary Nigerian art

Aminu Ado Saidu
Aminu Ado Saidu|Abstract

Assistant Lecturer, History - A Historical Assessment of Forest Conservation Policies in Northern Nigeria: A Case Study of Katsina Emirate

Hamisi Mathias Machangu
Hamisi Mathias Machangu|Abstract

Assistant Lecturer, History - Ethics of Drug Trials on Human Subjects in Tanzania, 1950-1980

Chidi Ugwu
Chidi Ugwu|Abstract

Sociology & Anthropology - Negotiating Connections: An Indigenous Ethnography of the Local Landscape of a Trasnational Health Intervention in Southeast Nigeria

Esther Msaky
Esther Msaky|Abstract

Assistant Lecturer, History - A History of Tuberculosis in Kilimanjaro Region, 1920s to 1960