November 2015

November 23rd 2015
The China-Africa Knowledge Project, in collaboration with the United Nations Association of China, the American Friends Service Committee, and the Quaker United Nations Office, convened a workshop on "Emerging Views on Global Peace Practice: New Directions in UN Peace Operations" in Beijing, cochaired by Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum deputy director Tatiana Carayannis

October 2015

October 2nd 2015
Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum deputy director Tatiana Carayannis chaired a roundtable on "New Area Studies in an Era of Global Transformation," sponsored by the SSRC at the inaugural Africa-Asia conference in Accra, Ghana, with participants including program directors Thomas Asher and Seteney Shami and board of directors chair Mamadou Diouf

July 2015

July 30th 2015
The China-Africa Knowledge Project is pleased to announce the CAKP Resource Hub Researcher Database, an aggregation of over 400 academics, practitioners, and PhD candidates working on the China-Africa relationship →
July 27th 2015
The China-Africa Knowledge Project’s Working Group convened scholars, advisors, and partners for a two-day planning meeting in New York to discuss emerging areas of China-Africa research and challenges and capacity gaps in teaching the next generation of scholars →

January 2015

January 5th 2015
"Who Are the Chinese in Africa?": Yoon Jung Park, of the China-Africa Knowledge Project, discusses Chinese migration to Africa on an episode of the China in Africa Podcast at ChinaFile

November 2014

November 3rd 2014
Now available for download at the China-Africa Knowledge Project Resource Hub: Making Sense of the China-Africa Relationship, a collection of think pieces presented at a China-Africa Knowledge Project conference cohosted with Yale University →

June 2014

June 23rd 2014
The Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum’s China-Africa Knowledge Project is profiled in a China Daily piece: “A Lot of Thinking Put into the Tank” →

March 2014

March 27th 2014
Announcing the China-Africa Knowledge Project Resource Hub, a one-stop digital shop for researchers and practitioners working on the China-Africa relationship →

December 2013

December 6th 2013
The China-Africa Knowledge Project hosted a conference with Yale University on "Making Sense of the China-Africa Relationship: Theoretical Approaches and the Politics of Knowledge," with a keynote lecture by sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein on "China, Africa, and the World-System since 1945" [video of lecture provided] →