Events in African Studies and Anthropology

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.

Removing Africa from the beneath the shadow of Terra Nullius: Law, decolonisation and the study of Africa

Removing Africa from the beneath the shadow of Terra Nullius: Law, decolonisation and the study of Africa

Date
27/02/2019
Description
Foluke Adebisi, University of Bristol speaks on Removing Africa from the beneath the shadow of Terra Nullius: Law, decolonisation and the study of Africa
Rebel Orders: Violence and the (never) coming anarchy

Rebel Orders: Violence and the (never) coming anarchy

Date
06/03/2019
Description
Africa Talks presents Kieran Mitton, Kings College London speaks on Rebel Orders: Violence and the (never) coming anarchy
Zvirikufaya as popular politics: Digital culture, mediated encounters and postcolonial publics

Zvirikufaya as popular politics: Digital culture, mediated encounters and postcolonial publics

Date
13/03/2019
Description
Wendy Willems, London School of Economics speaks on Zvirikufaya as popular politics: Digital culture, mediated encounters and postcolonial publics
The politics of work in a post-conflict state: Youth, labour, and violence in Sierra Leone

The politics of work in a post-conflict state: Youth, labour, and violence in Sierra Leone

Date
20/03/2019
Description
Luisa Enria, University of Bath speaks on The politics of work in a post-conflict state: Youth, labour, and violence in Sierra Leone
The Act of Living: Marginality and street life in an African success story

The Act of Living: Marginality and street life in an African success story

Date
27/03/2019
Description
Marco di Nunzio, University of Birmingham speaks on The Act of Living: Marginality and street life in an African success story (book launch)
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