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WEDNESDAY 7TH MAY - MPhil in African Studies Dissertation Workshop

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MPhil in African Studies Dissertation Workshop

Wednesday 7 May 2014, 10am - 3.30pm, Room S2


Panel 1: 10am - 11.30am  Chair: Dr Ruth Watson

Emmanuella Asabor: Memory, Nationhood and Belonging in Literary Representations of Biafra

Grace Annan-Calcott: The 2007 and 2013 Kenyan General Elections in Nairobi: Continuity or Change?

Alex Goring: An Intellectual History of the 1974 Sixth Pan-African Congress and its Contribution to Pan-Africanism

Coffee break

Panel 2: 11.45am - 12.45pm Chair: Dr Zoe Groves

Genevieve Barrons: Educating "Cinderella": Political Discourse and Agency in the Education of Girls in Colonial Malawi, 1924-1964

Immi Daynes: "God's New Tribe": Education, Media, and Transnationalism in the City of God Church, Accra, Ghana, 1992-2014

Lunch break

Panel 3: 2pm - 3.30pm Chair: Dr Alastair Fraser

Solange Fontana: Networks, Violence and Governance: A Case Study of Masisi, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo

Rory Grant: Vagabonds, Femmes Fatales, Pioneers: The Politicization of Gender in Rwanda, 1973-2013

Fumiya Kadowaki: SADC and South African Foreign Policy in the Zimbabwean Crisis