[The Boston Pan-African Forum is proud to host Segi Stefanos as the guest speaker at our meeting on March 3, 1999.]

by Boston Pan-African Forum
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
1999
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: Eritrea, Ethiopia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet advertising a talk by Segi Stefano at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), 30 Wadsworth Street on the 4th floor in the Milikan Room on March 3, 1999. The leaflet says Stefanos is presently Assistant Professor in Education, Women's Studies, and Cultural Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston; she teaches courses on education and development, gender, class, national politics, race, ethnicity, and culture; her research interests include Third World societies' education with a focus on Africa and women's issues. The leaflet says she will talk about the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, how it is portrayed in the popular media, and what the underlying factors are of the war. The leaflet says Segi earned her master's degree and doctorate at the Harvard School of Education; she has served as a lecturer at Northeastern University and at Smith College; she was a core consultant on the Africa Voices Project at the Smithsonian Institute, which was composed of individuals from academic, cultural, and educational communities for the design of a new Hall of African History and Cultures at the Smithsonian Institute; she served as a co-developer for the South African Association for Literacy and Adult Education Project at UMass-Boston, she is an editorial board member of the Radical Teacher Journal, and she was a Commonwealth Fellow at the Roxbury Multi-Service Center. [Note: The correct spelling may be Millikan Room]
Used by permission of a member of Boston Pan-African Forum.
Collection: Private collection of Willard Johnson