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. 

Spring 2017 

Forthcoming talks

Air pollution in East Africa: urbanization and inequalities

Air pollution in East Africa: urbanization and inequalities
Date
21/11/2018
Description
Seminar by Francis Pope (University of Birmingham), part of the Africa Talks Autumn 2018 seminar series.

'Bora Uhai': Performing Digital Vernaculars in Kenya

'Bora Uhai': Performing Digital Vernaculars in Kenya
Date
28/11/2018
Description
Seminar by George Olga (University of Central Lancashire), part of the Africa Talks Autumn 2018 seminar series.

Ambivalent belonging: Born-again Christians between Africa and Europe

Ambivalent belonging: Born-again Christians between Africa and Europe
Date
05/12/2018
Description
Seminar by Leslie Fesenmyer (University of Birmingham), part of the Africa Talks Autumn 2018 seminar series.

Putting Satan at the Centre: Rethinking Contemporary Global Christianity in Nigeria and Beyond

Putting Satan at the Centre:  Rethinking Contemporary Global Christianity in Nigeria and Beyond
Date
12/12/2018
Description
Seminar by Laura Premack (Lancaster University), part of the Africa Talks Autumn 2018 seminar series.
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