Episode 6 – A is not for Apple

Episode 6 - Decolonizing education in Africa

Dr. Divine Fuh is a social anthropologist from Cameroon, and Director of HUMA – Institute for Humanities in Africa at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. His work focuses on the politics of suffering and smiling amongst African urban youth, the political economy of African knowledge production – particularly publishing, and the ethics of AI. He is founding Managing Editor of Langaa RPCIG, former Director of Publications and Dissemination at the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), former Chair of the Council of Management of the Africa Book Collective, and currently Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the new journal Global Africa, and Co-Chair of the Global Africa Group (GAG) of the World Universities Network (WUN). He defines himself as a disobedient knowledge activist.

Conversation by:


Conversation by:

Traces&Dreams AB

c/o Impact Hub
Jakobsbergsgatan 22
111 44 Stockholm Sweden
Org. nr: 559336-2196

Join the community

Subscribe here to our newsletters and learn more about narratives, futures, and positive change.

Copyright © Traces&Dreams AB 2023

Privacy Policy