Lecture Series Oct - Dec 2006

Wednesdays, 5 - 6:30 pm, Room B111 (Brunei Building), SOAS

4 October T.C. McCaskie (SOAS), “Water Wars in Kumasi, Ghana”
11 October Darlene Miller (Rhodes University), “Working for South Africa - post-Apartheid regionalism and African labour at foreign, South African-owned shopping malls”
18 October Heather Hughes (University of Lincoln), “Writing about the life of John Langalibalele Dube: an 'interim statement' or a considered biography?”
25 October Amalia Ribi (Lincoln College, Oxford), “The Problem of Slavery in International Interwar Discourse on Ethiopia”
1 November Toby Green (University of Birmingham), “Conflict and Hegemony in Cabo Verde, 1497-1672”
15 November Joyce Kanan (Wright State University), “The debate over forced marriage in colonial Kenya: female empowerment and missionary discourses”
22 November Betty Dlamini (SOAS), “Power behind the throne: a Swazi queen salvages what a king lost during the colonial advent”
29 November To be confirmed
6 December Anthony Gorman (University of Edinburgh), Title to be confirmed
All Welcome