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The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics

Customer Reviews

Balanced and Intelligent Podcast about Africa

This podcast offers a balanced and intelligent look at the histories, cultures, peoples, and politics in Africa. Covering a wide range of topics, the podcasts feature interviews with scholars doing a host of interesting projects in Africa. Well produced and edited, the interviewers, Peter Alegi and Peter Limb, do an exceptional job of bringing current and past issues to life. For those interested in Africa, this is one podcast well worth your time.

great selection of guests

The producers of this podcast have managed to pull in an impressive collection of guests. Patrick Bond's discussion of climate change and environmental justice is especially worth checking out.

A Compelling Look Into the Heart of Africa

There are few parts of the world that have received less exposure in the media than Africa, a continent rich in history, culture, and diversity. Africa Past & Present is a welcome effort to bring stories from the African past and modern world to listeners across the globe. Hosted by Peter Limb and Peter Alegi of Michigan State University, the show features interviews, commentary, and debate from African scholars and Africans themselves on an array of topics relating to the continent's diverse history and peoples, both past and present. For those interested in the history and culture of Africa or the world of international affairs, Africa Past & Present is an essential listen.

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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