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Congo Research Network PhD Days

Brussels, May 28th and 29th 2019 Venue: Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Campus de la Plaine, Building C, 5th floor, room 5C406) Particularly in the past decade, an increasing number of scholars in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) has become interested in the DRC, thus significantly expanding the field of Congo studies. This two-day PhD meeting … Continue reading

CRN Conference 2018 – Poster and Programme

  Please click below to download the programme: CRN Conference 2018 programme final

Congo Research Network Conference 2018. Congolese Studies: Past, Present, Future

The Congo Research Network is organising its fourth international conference, to be held at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford on 26-27 April 2018. The conference aims to bring together junior and senior scholars across the humanities and social sciences, sharing a common interest in the DRC. It specifically aims to provide space for interdisciplinary … Continue reading

Conference Programme | ‘Contemporary Congolese Studies’ 11-12 June 2015 | African Studies Centre & Emmanuel College, Cambridge University

CRN Contemporary Congolese Studies Programme

Contemporary Congolese Studies – University of Cambridge, 11-12 June 2015

Thursday 11 – Friday 12 June 2015 Centre of African Studies, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge Keynote Address | Nancy Rose Hunt (University of Michigan) | 6:30pm 11/06 | Emmanuel College Contemporary Congolese Studies Cambridge June 2015

56th Annual Congress of the African Studies Association, Baltimore, November 21-23 2013 : panels

I-O-3 Cross-National Studies of Violence and War in Africa Chair: Anne Bartlett, University of San Francisco Postwar Violence and the Regional Neighborhood: Angola and Congo Compared Ingrid Samset, Christian Michelsen Institute Democratization and Armed Conflicts in Post-Cold War Africa Adrien Ratsimbaharison, Benedict College The Evolution of a Red Horse: Development and Decay of African Rebel Organizations … Continue reading

ASAUK biannual conference 2014 – Call for Panels

We are inviting panel proposals for the ASAUK 2014 conference taking place in Sussex on September 11 2014. following the success of the Congo stream at the ASAUK conference in Leeds (Sept 2012), the CongoResearchNetwork has been requested to organize a new stream of Congo-related panels. There is a limit of 9 panels, as to … Continue reading

Appel à communication pour colloque Jeunes chercheurs de 2013 (littératures africaines et francophonie, Quebec, avril 2013)

  UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL CHAIRE DE RECHERCHE DU CANADA EN LITTÉRATURES AFRICAINES ET FRANCOPHONIE Titulaire : Justin Bisanswa COLLOQUE JEUNES CHERCHEURS 2013 « Roman francophone et figuration du monde » Organisé avec Olga Hél-Bongo et Kasereka Kavwahirehi     La Chaire de recherche du Canada en littératures africaines et francophonie organise, les 29 et 30 avril … Continue reading

Conference announcement: Norms and Illegality (Brussels, Oct 25-25 2012)

The Royal Museum for central Africa (Tervuren, Belgium) is organizing, in collaboration with the Free University Brussels and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, an outstanding international conference, Norms in the Margins and Margins of the Norms. The social construction of illegality (Tervuren, Brussels, Leuven, October 25-27 2012). The conference aims at fostering a cross-disciplinary debate on everyday practice seen … Continue reading

Appel a Communication pour Conference sur la Decentralisation en RDCongo (22-24 Oct 2012, Kinshasa, UCC)

Processus de décentralisation en RDCongo: des normes officielles à la pratique, une lecture à travers les jeux d’acteurs. Conférence internationale à l’Université Catholique du Congo, du 22 au 24 Octobre 2012, organisée par le Centre d’Expertise en Décentralisation et Développement Local financé par le VLIR UOS. La décentralisation est partie intégrante de la Constitution du 18 … Continue reading