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CFP African Studies Seminar at Keele University – Nov 15 2011

AFRICAN STUDIES AT KEELE (ASK) WORKSHOP

Tuesday 15 November 2011, Claus Moser Building, 11:00 – 16:00

Introductory Remarks (Ann Hughes: Director of the Research Institute for the Humanities)

Southern Africa in the 20th and 21st Centuries: Chair Bill Dixon

Rachel Bright (Keele) ‘Who is a Real South African? Colonial
Nationalism and the 1904 Cape Colony Election’

Emma Anderson (Keele) ‘Researching Gender, HIV, and Risk in Malawi: Dialogues for Empowerment and Behaviour Change’

[Break for Refreshments/lunch]

Julia Roberts – The ‘Embrace’ Charity

Francophone Central Africa: From Decolonisation to the Post-Colonial DR-Congo: Chair TBA

Reuben Loffman (Keele and Birmingham) ‘Men and Women of the Water: The Lokele of Yakusu and Stanleyville under Belgian Rule, 1885-1960.’

Nicolas Long (BBC and Independent Scholar) ‘Digging the Dirt on Artisanal Mining: Advocacy NGOs and African Minerals.’

Keynote Address: Bill Dixon (Keele) – ‘Understanding ‘Pointy Face’: What is Criminology for?

 

In Association with: the African Studies Association of the United Kingdom (ASAUK)

AND the Congo Research Network (CRN) congo research network

THE MEETING PLACE OF CONGO RESEARCHERS

More information about Africa related seminars at Keele University:

http://sageprogramme.wordpress.com/2010/10/05/african-studies-at-keele-ask-celebrates-black-history-month/

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