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Nigeria Research Day, 18 June 2015, University of Birmingham

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Nigeria Research Day, is hosted by the Department of African Studies & Anthropology at the University of Birmingham, UK on 18 June 2015. This is an inter-disciplinary conference open to anyone with a research interest in Nigeria, discussing new research on Nigeria by both early career and established researchers.

Panels will focus on the experiences of Nigerians in the diaspora; politics, democracy and governance; literature and popular culture; and militants and security. There will also be  a roundtable discussion on collaboration with Nigerian HE institutions and other partners.

 The conference is free to attend and open to all. If you would like to attend, please register via the website: http://nigeriaresearchday.wordpress.com. The programme and travel/accommodation information are also available on our website.

 For more information, please visit  http://nigeriaresearchday.wordpress.com.

or contact the conference organisers Juliet Gilbert (J.Gilbert.2@bham.ac.uk) and Rebecca Jones (R.K.Jones@bham.ac.uk).