Best abdulbasit podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Ufahamu Africa is a podcast hosted by Kim Yi Dionne and Rachel Beatty Riedl, professors of African politics at UC Riverside and Northwestern University, respectively. Each episode features an in-depth conversation with a thinker, maker, or innovator. New episodes are released every Saturday.
 
Recitation of the 30th part of the Quran by Sheikh `Abdulbasit Abdulsamad with a reading of the translation of the meaning of the Quran in Romanian published by Islamic Cultural Association in Romania.
 
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Selfie, from L to R: Kim Yi Dionne (co-host), Lauren MacLean (guest), George Bob-Milliar (guest), and Rachel Beatty Riedl (co-host), taken at the annual meeting of the African Studies Association at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, taken November 30, 2018. (Ufahamu Africa/Kim Yi Dionne) Don’t miss our first episode featuring an interview conducted ...…
 
For the first time ever, Kim and Rachel are together to record this week’s episode, which includes a conversation with Northwestern University’s Evan Mwangi. Professor Mwangi talks about his most recent book, Translation in African Contexts, and the debates about literature in African languages. He also tells us about his next book, which will ...…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk about conflict in Cameroon, work by the writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, land restitution in South Africa, and Nanjala Nyabola’s new book. This week’s featured conversation is with Abdulbasit Kassim (@ScholarAkassi1), who visited Northwestern University’s Institute for the Study of Islamic Thought in Africa earlier this ...…
 
In this episode of Ufahamu Africa, we talk about a new West African currency, media freedom in Tanzania, and an Ethiopian satellite that will launch soon. This week’s featured conversation is with Dr. Anthonia Kalu, a professor of comparative literature and gender and sexuality studies at UC Riverside. In our chat we talk about kola nuts, cross ...…
 
Left: Mbira Dzavadzimu, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Right: Jennifer Kyker, guest in episode #43. Welcome back to Ufahamu Africa. This week’s episode is the first in Season 3. We are excited to announce a new co-host, Rachel Beatty Riedl (@BeattyRiedl), an associate professor of political science and director of the Program of African Studies ...…
 
Petina Gappah speaks at Amherst College in February 2018, photo by Takudzwa Tapfuma. This week’s episode features Petina Gappah (@VascoDaGappah), a writer and international lawyer from Zimbabwe. Thanks to the efforts of Chipo Dendere (@drDendere), Petina visited the Five Colleges earlier this year and we had a chance to sit down and talk. In ad ...…
 
In our second episode during Black History Month, I chat another historian of Africa: Jennifer Tappan, Associate Professor of African History at Portland State University. Her research focuses on the history of medicine and health. This week we talk about her book, The Riddle of Malnutrition: The Long Arc of Biomedical and Public Health Interve ...…
 
To kick off Black History Month, this week’s episode features a conversation with historian Abou Bamba (@bambaab1), a professor at Gettysburg College, where he teaches courses in Africana Studies and History. We chat about his book, African Miracle African Mirage, published by Ohio University Press. Our conversation was recorded during the Afri ...…
 
This week’s episode features a conversation with Omolade Adunbi (@LadeAdunbi), a political anthropologist and associate professor at the University of Michigan in the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies. We talk about his award-winning book, Oil Wealth and Insurgency in Nigeria, which was published by Indiana University Press in 2015 ...…
 
This week’s episode features a conversation with Cajetan Iheka (@profiheka), an assistant professor of English at the University of Alabama. Iheka’s research and teaching focus on African and Caribbean literatures and film, postcolonial studies, eco-criticism, and world literature. In Episode 38, we talk about his book, Naturalizing Africa: Eco ...…
 
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