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ASAUK 2012

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REMINDER: Submit your paper proposal for the ASAUK conference by 27 April 2012

For those who wish to participate in the ASAUK biannual conference taking place in Leeds, September 6-8 2012, do not forget to register and to submit your paper proposal online before 27 April 2012. 12 panels concerning Congo research will be presented. The coordination of the Congo stream is provided by the CongoResearchNetwork. Check the … Continue reading

Panel 12 Revisiting the Congolese Sixties

ASAUK PANEL PROPOSAL 12 (of 12) This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo related panels have been accepted. If you wish to participate, you can join … Continue reading

Panel 11 Congo and the politics of culture

ASAUK PANEL PROPOSAL 11 (of 12) Congo and the Politics of Culture This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo related panels have been accepted. If … Continue reading

Panel 10 Congolese popular music: local and global practices and their contexts, strategies and stakes

ASAUK PANEL PROPOSAL 10 (of 12) Congolese Popular Music: local and global practices and their contexts, strategies and stakes. This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 … Continue reading

Panel 9 Theatre in DR Congo

ASAUK PANEL PROPOSAL 9 (of 12) Panel Title: Theatre in DR Congo This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo related panels have been accepted. If … Continue reading

Panel 8 An imperial hangover? Rethinking Katangan nationalism, 1960-1969

ASAUK Panel proposal 8 (of 12) Panel Title: An Imperial Hangover? Rethinking Katangan Nationalism, 1960-1969 This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo related panels have … Continue reading

Panel 7 La conversion religieuse et les tensions sociales: religions, inclusion et exclusion

ASAUK Panel proposal 7 (of 12) Panel title: La conversion religieuse et les tensions sociales : Religion, inclusion et exclusion This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in … Continue reading

Panel 6 Politics of home, identity and transnationalism in the Congolese diaspora

ASAUK Panel proposal 6 (of 12) Panel title: Politics of home, identity and transnationalism in the Congolese diaspora This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo … Continue reading

Panel 5 Navigating the cultural and environmental past of the Congo river

ASAUK Panel proposal 5 (of 12) Panel title: Navigating the Cultural and Environmental Past of the Congo River This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo … Continue reading

Panel 4 Rebelling without an end: analyzing armed groups & militia in the DRC

ASAUK Panel Proposal 4 (of 12) This panel will be presented at the biannual conference of the ASAUK (African Studies Association in the UK) in September 2012 (Leeds, Sept 6-8). The organizers have invited the Congo Research Network to participate in this. 12 Congo related panels have been accepted. If you wish to participate, you can join … Continue reading

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