Author Archive for: ‘ASAUK’

ASAUK 2018 Bursaries

ASAUK 2018 Bursaries

ASAUK 2018 Bursaries We have a small number of scholarships for early career African scholars available. For the successful applicants …

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Global Challenges Research Fund Roundtable: Challenges and Opportunities

Global Challenges Research Fund Roundtable: Challenges and Opportunities

Global Challenges is a 5 year £1.5 billion funding stream offered through all UK research councils that seeks to tackle …

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Visiting Fellowships scheme open to African scholars

Visiting Fellowships scheme open to African scholars

For more details see here. The British Academy is providing academics based in any country overseas (and active at any …

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ASAUK 2018 CONFERENCE (11-13 September, University of Birmingham)

ASAUK 2018 CONFERENCE (11-13 September, University of Birmingham)

ASAUK Biennial Conference 11 – 13 September 2018 University of Birmingham, United Kingdom  The next ASAUK conference will be held …

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African Arguments Book Series and Blog

African Arguments Book Series and Blog

Convenors: Ken Barlow, Senior Commissioning Editor, Zed Books, Ken.Barlow@zedbooks.net Stephanie Kitchen, Managing Editor, International African Institute, sk111@soas.ac.uk This session, organised …

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Call For Applications Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Awards

Call For Applications Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Awards

African Critical Inquiry Programme Call For Applications Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Awards For African Students Enrolled In South African Ph.D. …

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African Critical Inquiry Programme Call For Proposals to Organize a Workshop

African Critical Inquiry Programme Call For Proposals to Organize a Workshop

Closing Date: Tuesday 1 May 2018 The African Critical Inquiry Programme invites proposals from scholars and/or practitioners in public cultural …

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STREAM: Concepts, Classes and Workers. Revisiting ‘the making of a working class’, African case studies

STREAM: Concepts, Classes and Workers. Revisiting ‘the making of a working class’, African case studies

This stream is a thinly disguised plea for Africanists to return to the field of labour history long enough to …

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BIEA Annual UK Lecture: What Impacts does Brexit have on Regional Integration in Africa?

BIEA Annual UK Lecture: What Impacts does Brexit have on Regional Integration in Africa?

Professor Yanking Ngangjoh Hodu Nov 23rd, 2017 6:00 pm, British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London RSVP – biea@britac.ac.uk What …

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ASAUK Writing Workshops

ASAUK Writing Workshops

ASAUK Writing Workshops: Information and Frequently Asked Questions The ASAUK Writing Workshop programme has been in existence since 2009. The …

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