Course on Africa for upper secondary school teachers and educators at the teacher education – University of Copenhagen

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Course on Africa for upper secondary school teachers and educators at the teacher education

“Africa Now: Migration, Religion, Climate and Conflict”: 2-3 November 2017.

This event is redirected by UCPH Global Development from the Faculty of Theology.

The course looks at the newest tendencies on the African continent. Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen, offers the course and gives both research-based and updated inspiration and knowledge, which you can employ in lectures in upper secondary school or at the teacher education.

The course is interdisciplinary and addresses teachers in social studies, history, physical geography and religion.

Among contributors to the course, is:

-          Karen Lauterbach, Associate professor, Centre of African Studies

-          Signe Cold-Ravenkilde, Postdoc, Danish Institute for International Studies

-          Nauja Kleist, Senior researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies

-          Niels Kastfelt, Associate professor, Centre of African Studies

-          Stig Jensen, Associate professor, Centre of African Studies

-          Holger Bernt Hansen, Professor Emeritus, Centre of African Studies

-          Per Hernæs, Professor Emeritus, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Price and registration

The cost of the course is 1800 DKK, including lunch and coffee both days. Registration deadline is September the 1st 2017. Seats are limited. You can register here.

More information

The programme is released in May 2017. For more information, contact associate professor Karen Lauterbach: kjl@teol.ku.dk

If you have practical questions, please forward them to secretary Bjarne Still Lauerberg: bsl@sk.ku.dk / 33 76 69 00.