Hacking Development: Mobile Money, Azonto Bodies and Creative Disruption in Ghana's Digital Life

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 12:00pm
Ingraham Hall, Rm. 206, 1155 Observatory Drive

Speaker Name: 

Reginold Royston

Speaker Institution: 

UW-Madison, African Cultural Studies

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Part of the Africa at Noon lecture series, "Hacking Development: Mobile Money, Azonto Bodies and Creative Disruption in Ghana's Digital Life" is a talk by Reginold Royston.  Royston is the Anna Julia Cooper Postdoctoral Fellow in African Cultural Studies at UW-Madison.

All are welcome.  Bring your lunch and enjoy complimentary African coffee roasted locally by Just Coffee.

Hosted by the African Studies Program.  Call (608) 262-2380 for more information.