CSAS was founded in 2005 with the main objective of promoting the dissemination of knowledge of African history and culture.
Isabella Soi – AEGIS Plenary Representative
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The Centre is generally active in research and organising events on African history and culture. It mainly focuses on minorities studies (politics, economics, religion, human rights, media, conflict, sport, languages), and publishes a book series, Nova Collectanea Africana.
CSAS staff: Annalisa Addis, Francesca Bayre, Bianca Maria Carcangiu, Tiziana Cauli, Marisa Fois, Nicola Melis, Alessandro Pes, Filippo Petrucci, Isabella Soi, Alessio Zuddas.