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African Philosophy in Global Times – Knowledge and Culture

11 January - 15 January

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We live in a time of increasing contact between different cultures. The opportunities, as well as the problems this brings are traceable in all academic disciplines, but especially in the social sciences and in the humanities. This course aims to guide you to a deeper reflection on the historical conditions of intercultural encounters, the philosophical conditions of intercultural dialogue, and the framework of post-coloniality that determines the need to politically negotiate the conditions of such a dialogue – all from…
We live in a time of increasing contact between different cultures. The opportunities, as well as the problems this brings are traceable in all academic disciplines, but especially in the social sciences and in the humanities. This course aims to guide you to a deeper reflection on the historical conditions of intercultural encounters, the philosophical conditions of intercultural dialogue, and the framework of post-coloniality that determines the need to politically negotiate the conditions of such a dialogue - all from an African perspective
Course days 11-15 January 2021
Course level Master, PhD candidates and professionals from all disciplines
Coordinating lecturer Dr Angela Roothaan
Other lecturers Dr Hady Ba, Dr Oumar Dia (Université Cheikh Anta Diop), Dr Pius Mosima (University of Bamenda), Dr Louise Müller (Leiden University)
Forms of tuition Online interactive lectures, text-reading seminars and self-study assignments.
Forms of assessment Active participation in the sessions, doing the self-study assignments, writing an essay.
Credits 3 ECTS
Contact hours 25 hours
Tuition fee Read all information about our tuition fees and what's included here
How to apply Find our application form here
  Please find more about this course on the official webpage.

We live in a time of increasing contact between different cultures. The opportunities, as well as the problems this brings are traceable in all academic disciplines, but especially in the social sciences and in the humanities. This course aims to guide you to a deeper reflection on the historical conditions of intercultural encounters, the philosophical conditions of intercultural dialogue, and the framework of post-coloniality that determines the need to politically negotiate the conditions of such a dialogue – all from an African perspective

Course days 11-15 January 2021
Course level Master, PhD candidates and professionals from all disciplines
Coordinating lecturer Dr Angela Roothaan
Other lecturers Dr Hady Ba, Dr Oumar Dia (Université Cheikh Anta Diop), Dr Pius Mosima (University of Bamenda), Dr Louise Müller (Leiden University)
Forms of tuition Online interactive lectures, text-reading seminars and self-study assignments.
Forms of assessment Active participation in the sessions, doing the self-study assignments, writing an essay.
Credits 3 ECTS
Contact hours 25 hours
Tuition fee Read all information about our tuition fees and what’s included here
How to apply Find our application form here

 

Please find more about this course on the official webpage.

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