Appel à communications : The 15th Annual Researching Africa Day Workshop: « It’s Complicated: Critical Reflections on the Lived Experience of Research in Africa », St Antony’s College, Oxford (Royaume-Uni), 12/03/2014 — LIMITE : 14/02/2014

The deadline for 200 word abstracts is 5pm on 14 February 2014.
This year’s theme is: ‘It’s Complicated’: Critical Reflections on the Lived Experience of Research in Africa

Researching Africa Day provides graduate students
with the opportunity to network with fellow researchers, exchange information,
discuss research strategies, and develop ideas in a constructive, stimulating,
and engaging environment. The workshop is open to all graduates working on
Africa within the disciplines of history, politics, economics, development
studies, literature, anthropology, sociology, social policy, geography, public
health, and the natural sciences. We particularly welcome participation from
students beyond Oxford.

The four themes this year are:
1) Managing risks and expectations
2) Fictions and frictions
3) Gender trouble
4)New research horizons

For further information or to submit an abstract, contact us
Adam Gilbertson, Andrea Grant, and Alex LoweOrganisers, Researching Africa Day 2014

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