The Institute for Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies invites you to join us for an exciting event this fall:
“African Women Decolonizing History, Culture, and the Arts,” with Mulenga Kapwepwe
Thursday, September 7th, 2023, at 6:00 PM EST
Centennial Hall Auditorium
100 Auburn Ave, Atlanta, GA 30303
Mulenga Kapwepwe is a distinguished Zambian author and social activist. She has garnered widespread recognition for her remarkable contributions in the field of women’s history, having co-founded the Zambian Women’s History Museum. This event focuses on digital humanities and its potential to decolonize African history, culture and the arts with a focus on The Women’s History Museum, a virtual museum founded to popularize indigenous African knowledge to broad audiences through its online presence and in-person installations and events. There will be an interview portion and Q & A following the lecture.
Sponsors: Institute for Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies & Zambians Promoting Leadership in America
Co-sponsors: Women Lead, Department of Africana Studies, Center for Advancement of Students and Alumni, Association of Zambians in Atlanta, and Organization of Zambians Abroad