Lecture 30 - ISS 330a Social Science Perspectives on Africa...

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Unformatted text preview: ISS 330a Social Science Perspectives on Africa #30 2 Zimbabwe: Past, Present and Future ANR 491, Section 4) Tuesdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m. 49 Ag Hall: August 29 through October 10, 2000 . one- credit seminar that will be offered during the first seven weeks of the fall 2000 semester. (For more information, contact Professor Eunice Foster, Department of Crop & Soil Sciences, 353-1784, fosteref@msu.edu; or, John Metzler, African Studies Center, 353-1700, metzler@msu.edu. An exhibit of faculty artwork from the Technikon Pretoria and the Port Elizabeth Technikon in South Africa Gallery 114 of the Kresge Art Center on campus until April 28th. The exhibit showcases a wide range of images from two outstanding fine art programs in South Africa. An exchange exhibit of artwork by MSU Art faculty members will be delivered to both South African institutions for hanging this summer. Come closer to the front.Come closer to the front....
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Lecture 30 - ISS 330a Social Science Perspectives on Africa...

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