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.

'You Have to Have Someone': Domestic Service, Gender and Economic Decline in Zambia

'You Have to Have Someone': Domestic Service, Gender and Economic Decline in Zambia

Date
11/12/2019
Description
Sacha Hepburn, University of Warwick speaks on 'You Have to Have Someone': Domestic Service, Gender and Economic Decline in Zambia
Postcolonial Commemorative Practices Surrounding Monument aux Morts — The Afterlives of Indo-French Colonial Connections around Puducherry's French War Memorial (rescheduled)

Postcolonial Commemorative Practices Surrounding Monument aux Morts — The Afterlives of Indo-French Colonial Connections around Puducherry's French War Memorial (rescheduled)

Date
14/01/2020
Description
Helle Jørgensen (Ironbridge) delivers the BRIHC lecture. Please note the new date and location
The Colonialism of Neoliberal Gentrification

The Colonialism of Neoliberal Gentrification

Date
23/01/2020
Description
John Munro (History) delivers the BRIHC lecture.
Slavery in the West African Sahel — A Resilient Institution'

Slavery in the West African Sahel — A Resilient Institution'

Date
04/02/2020
Description
Benedetta Rossi (DASA) delivers the BRIHC lecture.
Negotiation in Crisis — The Internal Wars of the Late Roman Republic

Negotiation in Crisis — The Internal Wars of the Late Roman Republic

Date
03/03/2020
Description
Hannah Cornwell (CAHA) delivers the BRIHC lecture.
From Rejection to Reconciliation — Coming to Terms with the Image in Protestant England 1560-1640

From Rejection to Reconciliation — Coming to Terms with the Image in Protestant England 1560-1640

Date
17/03/2020
Description
Tara Hamling (History) and Jonathan Willis (History) deliver the BRIHC lecture.
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