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.

Late Postcoloniality: The Postcolonial Condition in 21st Century Portuguese-speaking Africa

Late Postcoloniality: The Postcolonial Condition in 21st Century Portuguese-speaking Africa

Date
26/02/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Emanuelle Santos, University of Birmingham.
Africa Talks seminar

Africa Talks seminar

Date
04/03/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Tunde Decker, University of Oxford.
"Seeing Like an Enclave": Topographies of power in Maputo, Mozambique

"Seeing Like an Enclave": Topographies of power in Maputo, Mozambique

Date
11/03/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Jason Sumich, University of Essex.
Africa Talks seminar

Africa Talks seminar

Date
18/03/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Claire Mercer, London School of Economics.
Africa and Music in the Americas: Two case studies of early sources

Africa and Music in the Americas: Two case studies of early sources

Date
25/03/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Nicholas Gebhardt (Birmingham City University) and Ben Curry (University of Birmingham).
Making Sense: Language, Text and Interpretation in African Studies

Making Sense: Language, Text and Interpretation in African Studies

Date
21 - 23/05/2020
Description
Call for papers
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