Research seminars

Women from Nania performing songs at the Pikworo slave camp. Photo: Emmanuel Saboro

The Department of African Studies and  Anthropology hosts regular open seminars and talks throughout the year. 

Forthcoming talks

Handwritten in Lagos: Self and Textuality in Colonial Petitions

Handwritten in Lagos: Self and Textuality in Colonial Petitions
Date
11/11/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Dr Tunde Decker, Osun State University

Book talk: Manhood, Morality and the Transformation of Angolan Society: MPLA Veterans and Post-war Dynamics

Book talk: Manhood, Morality and the Transformation of Angolan Society: MPLA Veterans and Post-war Dynamics
Date
25/11/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Dr John Spall, University of Birmingham

The Condition of Exile: Ghanaian Exile Networks and Competing National- isms, 1957-1993

The Condition of Exile: Ghanaian Exile Networks and Competing National- isms, 1957-1993
Date
09/12/2020
Description
Africa Talks seminar given by Harriet Aldrich, University of Oxford
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