News from African Studies and Anthropology

Call for papers: ASAUK Biennial Conference

Description
A news item requesting a call for papers for the ASAUK Biennial conference.
Date:
08/01/2018

Recent workby DASA's Benedetta Rossi

Description
Dr Rossi currently holds a visiting fellowship at Re:Work, a research unit devoted to the study of global labour
Date:
22/12/2017
New issue of Anthropology Southern Africa is now out

New issue of Anthropology Southern Africa is now out

Description
The special issue focuses on becoming and unbecoming farm workers in Southern Africa.
Date:
19/12/2017
Customary Law and Legal Pluralism in Africa: Panel in Honour of Professor Gordon Woodman

Customary Law and Legal Pluralism in Africa: Panel in Honour of Professor Gordon Woodman

Description
Call for papers for this panel which honours and reflects on the work of Gordon Woodman, a pioneering and world-renowned scholar of law in Africa and legal theory. The panel forms part of the African Studies Association UK Conference to be held at the University of Birmingham 11-13 September 2018.
Date:
04/12/2017
Decolonising the Academy: Responsibility, Representation & Progress

Decolonising the Academy: Responsibility, Representation & Progress

Description
Lily discusses decolonising the School's curriculum in the Danford Room (Arts 224) on Wednesday 29 November.
Date:
29/11/2017
Modern slavery, Brexit, migration, and development: connecting the dots

Modern slavery, Brexit, migration, and development: connecting the dots

Description
Benedetta Rossi, Reader in African Studies in the Department of African Studies and Anthropology writes about Modern Slavery.
Date:
23/11/2017
Doing Black History in the West Midlands

Doing Black History in the West Midlands

Description
Black History in the Midlands and Beyond: Connections and Context, event report
Date:
27/10/2017
University of Birmingham Hosts Africa Writes Event

University of Birmingham Hosts Africa Writes Event

Description
The Africa Writes festival is an annual celebration of contemporary literature from Africa and the diaspora brought to you by The Royal African Society. This year the University of Birmingham hosted a strand of the Africa Writes Festival last week
Date:
19/10/2017
Displaying 1 to 8 of 97
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next