Forthcoming DASA events

The Department of African Studies and Anthropology has an extensive programme of events throughout the year including regular seminars and talks, visiting writers and the annual Cadbury Conference.

People's judgments of price fluctuation in soft currency economies: records

People's judgments of price fluctuation in soft currency economies: records

Date
29/04/2015
Description
Speaker: Professor Jane Guyer (Johns Hopkins University). Part of the Leverhulme Lectures 2015.
Making money circulate - velocity and judgment: fieldwork

Making money circulate - velocity and judgment: fieldwork

Date
06/05/2015
Description
Speaker: Professor Jane Guyer (Johns Hopkins University). Part of the Leverhulme Lectures 2015.
The making of an African consumer price index: figures

The making of an African consumer price index: figures

Date
13/05/2015
Description
Speaker: Professor Jane Guyer (Johns Hopkins University). Part of the Leverhulme Lectures 2015.
Cadbury Conference 2015: Money Judgments

Cadbury Conference 2015: Money Judgments

Date
21 - 23/05/2015
Description
The annual Cadbury Conference hosted by the Department of African Studies and Anthropology at the University of Birmingham.
How is interpretation a form of judgment?: analysis

How is interpretation a form of judgment?: analysis

Date
21/05/2015
Description
Speaker: Professor Jane Guyer (Johns Hopkins University). Part of the Leverhulme Lectures 2015. Keynote for the Cadbury Conference.
The Origins and Transmission of Culture (OToC): An interdisciplinary approach

The Origins and Transmission of Culture (OToC): An interdisciplinary approach

Date
28/05/2015
Description
A conference aiming to bring together researchers from different disciplines to discuss the origins of culture (for both humans and non-humans), how it evolved, and how we can study these changes.
Landscapes, sources and intellectual projects in African history: rethinking historical evidence and its interpretation

Landscapes, sources and intellectual projects in African history: rethinking historical evidence and its interpretation

Date
12 - 14/11/2015
Description
A three-day conference featuring guest lectures, workshop-style panels and plenary sessions.
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