Monday, April 4, 2005,
Miller Library / 115 Wormser

The Department of French and Italian and the African Studies Program are pleased to announce the following lecture:
Award-winning Congolese storyteller and poet Kama Kamanda will talk about "African Identities and Globalization," Monday, April 4th at 4:30 in the President's Room, Miller Library. Exiled from his homeland because of his political views, Kamanda lives in Luxembourg, where he devotes his time to his literary career and to the defense of civil rights in Africa. Kamanda will speak in French but simultaneous English translation will be provided.
Refreshments will be served at 4pm.

Public event