25th October 2016: Welcome event: an informal meeting for those researching Africa in Durham University.
8th November 2016: Neelam Srivastava (Newcastle University): ‘A new type of colonization’? Italian Fascism, Ethiopia, and Anti-colonial Responses in 1935.
(NB: this seminar will be held in Seminar Room 2).
6th December 2016: Emma Hunter (Edinburgh University): Breaking up is hard to do: The rise, fall and rise again of the East African Community.
13th December 2016: Hassan Mwakimako (Pwani University & Cambridge Centre for African Studies): Muslim Politics in Kenya: The early Years of the Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM).
Seminar programme, February – May 2016
The politics of remembering and forgetting: the Juba conferences of 1947 and 1954.
Emma Lochery Université Libre de Bruxelles
From Echoes to Reverberations: Histories of belonging and exclusion of Somalis in Kenya
Justin Pearce University of Cambridge
Renamo and the conflict in Mozambique
George Karekwaivanane University of Cambridge
The Past as Prologue: Re-examining the role of law in Zimbabwean Politics since 2000
Miles Larmer University of Oxford
Rhodes Must Fall and the Study of African History in Oxford
Bronwen Everill University of Cambridge
Ethical consumer movements and their relationships with ‘globalization’”