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UCL-Royal African Society joint seminars on Heritage and Politics in Africa

4 November 2015

The Royal African Society and the UCL African Studies Research Centre (UCL Institute of Advanced Studies) are pleased to announce the second two lectures in our joint series on Heritage and Politics in Africa. All are welcome. 


Historicising Afro-European experiences: Heritage and Politics of Memory 

Dr Olivette Otele (Bath Spa University) 

Thursday 10th March, 6.30 PM 

UCL Common Ground, South Wing, Wilkin's Building


The Heritage Implications of Infrastructural and Mining Sector Projects in Africa

Dr Noemie Arazi (Universite Libre de Bruxelles) 

Tuesday 10th May, 6.30 PM 

UCL Common Ground, South Wing, Wilkin's Building


Previous lectures in this series


A new approach putting heritage in the hands of communities:  overcoming colonial and national challenges in the Horn of Africa

Dr Sada Mire (Leiden University)

Thursday, 19 November 6:30 PM

UCL Common Ground, South Wing, Wilkin's Building 


Orphaned Memory: Rwandan Artists and Intergenerational Absence

Dr Zoe Norridge (Kings College London)

Tuesday, 8 December 6:30 PM

UCL Institute of Archaeology, room 612 (6th Floor), 31-34 Gordon Square

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