Sussex Africa Centre

Seminars and workshops

Sussex Africa Centre events – Autumn term 2018

Everyone welcome!

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Thursday 4 October 

Welcome Event: Migrants on the Margins and Urban Governance in Harare, Zimbabwe

Dr Kudzai Chatiza, Development Governance Institute, Harare.

Seminar: Arts C333, 4-6pm
Drinks and nibbles: Arts Building C, Dhaba Cafe from 6pm.

Thursday 11 October

Migration Industries in the Global South

Dr Priya Deshingar, University of Sussex

4-6pm, Arts C333. Joint with Sussex Centre for Migration Research

Thursday 18 October

Between Rootedness and Rootlessness: Emigration and (Dual) Citizenship in Liberia

Dr Robtel Pailey, University of Oxford

4-6pm, Arts C333. Joint with Sussex Centre for Migration Research

Thursday 25 October

Hybridity or struggle? Legitimate Representation and Everyday Politics in Zambia

Dr Alastair Fraser, SOAS

4-6pm, Arts C333

View photos and a listen to a recording of the event

Wednesday 31 October

Decolonizing Museums? African fashion histories at Brighton Museum

Visit 3 new displays at Brighton Museum and meet the curators: 'Township Journeys', by Tshepo Skwambane (South African textiles/beadwork); 'Aso-Oke: a celebration of style' by Edith Ojo (garments from Nigeria); plus an exhibition of African studio photography.

Followed by drinks. Venue: Brighton Museum, 6-8pm

Part of the workshop decolonial transformations : registration

Thursday 8 November

Pan Africanism: A History.  Seminar and book launch

Prof Hakim Adi, University of Chichester

4-6pm, Arts C333

View photos and listen to a recording of the event

Thursday 15 November

Girls Have Powers: Creative Child-led Research Combining Ethnographic and Arts-led Methodologies

Dr Katie McQuaid, University of Leeds

4-6pm, Arts C333

View photos and listen to a recording of the event

Monday 19 November

The Future of Famine

Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research Annual Lecture
Prof Alex De Waal, Tufts University, Executive Director, World Peace Foundation

5.40-7pm, Chowen Lecture Theatre

Thursday 22 November

Crisis Frames: Visibility, Ambiguity and Violence in Burundi 2015-17

Dr Andrea Purdekova, University of Bath

4-6pm, Arts C333

View photos and listen to a recording of the event

Thursday 29 November

Zimbabwe’s 2018 Elections: Process and Outcomes

Dr Miles Tendi, University of Oxford

4-6pm, Arts C333

View photos of the event

Thursday 6 December

Citizenship in Africa: PhD research in progress seminar

* EVENT CANCELLED *