Evaluating Education in Africa between Theory and Practice: A Case Study of Uganda
NOTE: This research is still in its initial stages of gathering data, and consequently this is not an article but a preliminary outline of research. Input on its theoretical framework(s) is particularly welcome!
We welcome you to join the HUJI Book Club of World Literature, which will hold its first meeting on December 3rd. Our book club is a space for students and staff – and anyone who loves and wants to read – to meet literature, and each other, in a pleasant, intriguing, and intellectually stimulating environment (with tea and biscuits, of course).
Our monthly meetings will be facilitated by Dr. Ruthie S. Wenske, who holds a PhD in African literature and has worked extensively in Uganda.
Prof. (Emerita) Naomi Chazan, Departments of Political Science and African Studies, The Hebrew University and Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem. Dr. Inbal Wilamovski, Lafer Center and the Criminology Institute, The Hebrew University Dr. Tal Nitsán, The Sophie Davis Forum on Gender, Conflict Resolution and Peace Dr. Amal Abu Saad, Program Head, Teacher Education for Kindergarten Teachers in the Bedouin Sector, Kaye Academic College, and Umm al-Hiran evacuee