The Cambridge Centre of African Studies

The Cambridge Centre of African Studies was founded in 1965 by pathbreaking anthropologist Audrey Richards, who came to Cambridge from Makerere University, Uganda. The Centre was established with support from the University Grants Committee with the aim of expanding interdisciplinary research and teaching on Africa on the area studies centre model. It was developed to provide a locus for Africa-related research throughout the University, whether in the social sciences, humanities or natural and biological sciences. Today, the Centre is a world-class institution, home to a thriving community of Cambridge students and scholars who work together with the Centre’s staff and postdoctoral fellows as well as with significant numbers of visiting students and scholars, many from African universities.




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