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The Supreme Price
Gucci launches a new global campaign for girls’ and women’s empowerment at TED2013, led by Frida Giannini, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Salma Hayek Pinault.
The Chime for Change Campaign presents an extended trailer of Joanna Lipper's forthcoming film, THE SUPREME PRICE featuring Nigerian activist, Hafsat Abiola.
New Course: AAAS 209a. Africa Rising? New African Economies/Cultures and Their Global Implications
The AAAS Department welcomes newly appointed Jean and John Comaroff, Professors of African and African American Studies and of Anthropology, Oppenheimer Fellows in African Studies. The Comaroffs will be teaching a new workshop exploring Africa's changing place in the world.
New Course: AAAS 119x: Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food
Taught by Carla Martin, College Fellow of African and African American Studies, this course will examine the sociohistorical legacy of chocolate, with a delicious emphasis on the eating and appreciation of the so-called "food of the gods."
AAAS 109: Using Film for Social Change
Taught by lecturer Joanna Lipper, AAAS 109 explores the ways new technology is used to engage communities. Students focus on race, gender, and identity, exploring the portrayal of the human condition across cultures in feature films, documentaries, and photography. For the final, students create their own multimedia projects.