African Studies Events
- European Conference on African Studies (ECAS)
- African Voices @ UCL
- Development Culture in Tanzania: The Effects of Aid
- CREDOC Plenary: Kongo Art and the Rethinking of Civilisation
- Deep Pasts, Deep Cultures: Mande, Yoruba and Kongo
- Bigger than the nation: a regional & community approach to heritage in the Horn of Africa
- Orphaned Memory: Rwandan Artists and Intergenerational Absence
- Tasting Culture, Writing Rhythm, Dreaming Worlds: Where Anthropology and Literature Meet
- 'African Question Time' Part of the African Voices Programme
- Oral History and Archaeology: The Case of Ton Masa in 18th century Segou by Professor Kevin MacDonald
- The Niger Delta: a future without conflict?
- Transport systems and well-being in Nigeria: socio-economic development and environmental change
- Heritage, marginality and hybridity in the gold fields of south-eastern Senegal
- Transcending the Past and Reimagining the Future of the South African University
- “African voices @ UCL” launch of photographic exhibition
- Africa’s urban paradox: Mobilities, economies and aspirations
- Whose agenda is it? How African scientists struggle to contribute to innovation in the Global Health Arena
- UCL African Caribbean Society Talent Show and Cultural Gala
- Medicine and African Art
- Historicising Afro-European experiences: Heritage and Politics of Memory
- The Heritage Implications of Infrastructural and Mining Sector Projects in Africa
- The African Diaspora, the Afro-Question and the Moving Image in the Americas
- Weathering climate change in Eastern Africa: Predictions, power and politics
- Beyond Boko Haram
- Remember Soweto
African Voices @ UCL
Publication date: Aug 10, 2015 04:21 PM
Jan 19, 2016 06:30 PM
End: Jan 31, 2016 08:30 PM
Location: Various venues, UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Please follow and use the hashtag #AfricanVoicesUCL for the latest news on our African Voices programme of events.
UCL will formally launch its African Studies Research Centre with a series of events at the end of January 2016 (view our events pages for more information).
The events will be held under the title 'African Voices @UCL' and have been funded by UCL Grand Challenges. African Voices will emphasize our goal of co-producing knowledge about Africa with African colleagues on the continent and in the diaspora.
For this event we will be working with the University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar, Senegal; the University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Makarere University, Uganda and the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.
Program of Events
Transport systems and well-being in Nigeria: socio-economic development and environmental change. Dr. Ibidun Adelekan (University of Ibadan, Nigeria).
Wednesday January 20th, 12:30-2.00pm, UCL IAS Common Ground Room
Heritage, marginality and hybridity in the gold fields of south-eastern Senegal. Dr Ibrahima Thiaw (University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal).
Friday January 22nd, 5.00-6.30pm, UCL IAS Common Ground Room
Transcending the Past and Reimagining the Future of the South African University. Prof Adam Habib (Vice-Chancellor, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa).
Monday Jan 25th, 6.00-7.30pm, JZ Young Lecturer theatre, Anatomy Building
'African Question Time' Panel Debate on topical issues followed by speech from UCL’s Provost. Adam Habib, Ibrahima Thiaw, Caroline, Wanjiku-Kihato, Peter Waiswa. Chaired by Martin Plaut (formerly BBC).
Tuesday January 26th, 6:15 to 8:00pm, JZ Young Lecturer theatre, Anatomy Building
Africa’s urban paradox: Mobilities, economies and aspirations. Dr Caroline Wanjiku-Kihato (University of the Witwatersrand and Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars).
Thursday January 28th, 5.00-6.30pm, UCL IAS Common Ground Room
Whose agenda is it? How African scientists struggle to contribute to innovation in the Global Health Arena. Dr Peter Waiswa (Makerere University, Uganda).
Friday January 29th 5.00-6.30pm, UCL IAS Common Ground Room
Friday January 29th,7.00-10.30pm, Event space marquee, Main Quad