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Besi Muhonja Receives Carnegie Africa Diaspora Fellowship

Description

Besi Muhonja, an English professor, received the Carnegie Africa Diaspora Fellowship with project partner, Dr. Jane Mutane at the University of Nairobi. Together they will design a prototype for community engaged archiving of indigenous climate wisdoms.

Project: Community Engaged Research in Environmental Protection and Management: Digital and Physical Archiving of Indigenous Knowledge and Technologies Host: Prof. Jane Mutune, University of Nairobi Fellow: Dr. Brillian Muhonja, James Madison University Field of Study: Interdisciplinary Studies

Web Presence

https://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Carnegie-African-Diaspora-Fellowship-Program/Selected-Projects/March-2020

Involvement

Involves Faculty

Scope

International Scope

Frequency

One Time Only

Existing Center/Institute/Program

no

Engagement Attributes

Engagement Leadership Position

Type of Partner

Nonprofit Agency

Primary Focus of Program

Cultural Institutions and Programs

Begin Date

3-2020

Areas of Engagement

Engaged Learning

Format

Research

On/Off campus

Off campus

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