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Fri 23 Apr

2021 Africans in STEM Symposium

Virtual event: Friday 23rd - Saturday 24th April 2021

2021 Africans in STEM Symposium

Friday 23rd - Saturday 24th April 2021

More details and Registration link - https://www.africansinstem.co.uk/

 

The 2021 Africans in STEM symposium  is a virtual two-day event featuring talks by accomplished Africans in STEM, academia, and enterprise. The symposium seeks to create an avenue for Africans across all STEM fields who are based in the UK, Africa and the wider diaspora to connect, share ideas and create collaborations. There will also be opportunities for networking, so do join in to expand your network and learn about the amazing work being done in diverse fields of STEM.

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More Info: https://www.africansinstem.co.uk/

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Mon 3 May

The Massacre of Freedmen: Race, Emancipation, and the Republic in Brazil (1888-1889)

Dr. Matheus Gato de Jesus Professor of Sociology, UNICAMP, 3.00 p.m

The Cambridge Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry and the Centre of African Studies invite you to their 2021 Seminar Series:

 

Slavery and Its Afterlives

 

Mondays, 3:00 PM (UK time)

 

Registration required; to receive the Zoom link and the seminar paper each week, please register here:

 

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Mon 10 May

Slavery and Sacred Property: Black Baptist Mission Building and the Creation of a New Afro-Jamaican Political Subjects During the Age of Revolutions

Dr. Christopher Todd Assistant Professor of History, University of North Texas 3.00 p.m

The Cambridge Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry and the Centre of African Studies invite you to their 2021 Seminar Series:

 

Slavery and Its Afterlives

 

Mondays, 3:00 PM (UK time)

 

Registration required; to receive the Zoom link and the seminar paper each week, please register here:

 

Register for seminar series

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Tue 11 May

Book Launch – Reforming Education and Challenging Inequalities in Southern

A tribute to Christopher Colclough

REAL Centre Events

Book Launch – Reforming Education and Challenging Inequalities in Southern Contexts:
Research and Policy in International Development.
A tribute to Christopher Colclough

Date and Time: 11th May, 1:00PM- 2:30PM (UK BST)

Registration: via Eventbrite here

Join us for a book launch event to celebrate the work of the late Christopher Colclough, who, as a leading figure in education and international development, played a key role in the global fight for education for all children. At the launch, the book editors will provide an overview of the book. Authors of the chapters, all of whom knew Christopher and his inspirational work well, will be present to answer questions from the audience.

Online book launch event, organised by the REAL Centre: 1-2:30pm BST Tuesday 11 May.

Book release by Routledge: 25 March 2021 (e-Book £33.29). More information here.

A 20% discount on the book and e-book will be available to those attending the launch.

Zoom details will be sent out via email to registered participants prior to the event.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact realcentre@educ.ac.uk.

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Thu 13 May

Journalism in Colonial Settings: The case of Puerto Rico

Speaker to be confirmed

The News Media in Puerto Rico: Journalism in Colonial Settings and in Times of Crises is the most contemporary and critical book on that subject.

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Mon 17 May

The Afterlives of Racial Slavery in Global Coloniality

Dr. Sabelo J Ndlovu-Gatsheni Chair in Epistemologies of the Global South, University of Bayreuth 3.00 p.m

The Cambridge Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry and the Centre of African Studies invite you to their 2021 Seminar Series:

 

Slavery and Its Afterlives

 

Mondays, 3:00 PM (UK time)

 

Registration required; to receive the Zoom link and the seminar paper each week, please register here:

 

Register for seminar series

 

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Tue 18 May

Roundtable: Max Skjönsberg, "The Persistence of Party"

Max Skjönsberg (University of Liverpool)

Abstract not available

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