1 July 2015 ESRC seminar series on British Policy after Labour: Coalition, Austerity, Continuity and Change Oxford Brookes University
12-18 July 2015 CALLALOO CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP (CCWW) University of Oxford
16 - 18 July 2015 Southern African Pasts before the Colonial Era, their Archives and Ongoing Present/Presence Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative, University of Cape Town
20-31 July 2015 AEGIS RWANDA SHORT COURSE: GENOCIDE AND MASS ATROCITIES: ACTORS, CAUSES AND RESPONSES TO VIOLENCE Kigali, Rwanda
20 - 31 July 2015 Nairobi, Kenya - Conflict and Political Violence Nairobi, Kenya
17 September 2015 The Impact of Diasporas event The Royal Geographic Society, London
6 Nov 2015 Rethinking Peace, Security and Development in Contemporary Africa Annual Research Conference, University of Bradford, Sponsored by the John and Elnora Ferguson Centre for African Studies
5–7 November 2015 Repairing the Past, Imagining the Future: Reparations and Beyond… University of Edinburgh
13 - 14 November 2015 Postcolonial Mobilities in the Francophone World Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London,
14-16 January 2016 Building Images: Exploring 21st Century Sino-African dynamics through cultural exchange, media representation, and translation University of Nottingham.
7- 9 September 2016 The ASAUK biennial conference (ASAUK16) will be held at the University of Cambridge.
2016 African Critical Inquiry Workshop: Other Universals
The African Critical Inquiry Programme (ACIP) is pleased to announce that the 2016 ACIP workshop will be Other Universals. The project was proposed by organizers Ruchi Chaturvedi (Sociology, University of Cape Town), Victoria Collis-Buthelezi (English, University of Cape Town), and Premesh Lalu (Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape). Other Universals will be organized as an ongoing interdisciplinary, cross-institutional working group with a series of week-long workshops centred on visits from distinguished scholars. Activities will take place in Cape Town, South Africa. Download this PDF for more info
Distinguished Africanist Award was announced at ASAUK Biennial conference held at the University of Sussex.