Introducing Anthropology of Africa

A 27 weeks online Masters Program split into three 9 week modules. 8-10hrs per week minimum commitment.

October 2022 – July 2023

27 Weeks, Online

8-10 hours per week

27 Weeks, Online

8-10 hours per week

27 Weeks, Online

8-10 hours per week


The anthropology of Africa provides a lens through which students can begin to redefine what the discipline means for Africa. It is designed to challenge the colonial gaze of Africa and Africans as the conceptual ‘other’ and is instead focused on providing students with skills and resources to augment social and cultural development in Africa and its diaspora. 


  •  To raise critical awareness of politics implicit in the representations of its places and people.
  •  To provide an overview of past and current anthropological approaches to African societies.
  • To draw from ethnographic analyses of identify common historical social, economic, and political experiences.
  • To challenge the racist foundations of the Anthropology as a discipline and provide a true Afrocentric perspective on culture and society.
  • To provide new ways of approaching audiences with research on Africa.


Anthropology of Africa is taught by the leading academics in their fields, from cultural psychologists to specialist on African development and anthropology:

Dr. Aminata Cairo

Dr. Karanja Keita Carroll

Dr. Mwenda Ntarangwi

Dr. Efua Prah

Dr. Daniel Mulugeta

Christopher Grandison

 The School of Pan African Thought Ltd is a member of the CPD Certification Service.

This course will be submitted for accreditation and certification with the United Kingdom CPD Certification Service and is therefore recognized as applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with, UK-based professional bodies.

A qualification in African Politics not only provides you with the knowledge and understanding of today’s complex political landscape, but also with a wide variety of transferable skills.


The School of Pan African Thought brings together world leading intellectuals and scholars to empower a new generation of leaders to address the challenge of African development. Our focus is on developing the intellectual and human capital to build a better world for Africa and Africans.

School of  Pan African Thought is a non-profit company limited by guarantee.

 Contact us:

86 – 90 Paul Street, London. EC2A 4NE

Call : 0203 828 7129

Mail : [email protected]

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