‘Research in Africa’ Postgraduate Seminar Series
The ‘Research in Africa’ postgraduate seminar series is a student-led seminar series. Between four to six seminars are offered each term.
Postgraduate scholars are invited to offer short seminars on their work. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org should you be willing to contribute a seminar into this series. Seminars are co-ordinated by a working group.
SEMINARS FOR SEMESTER 1:
Thursday, 30th April, 1-2pm “Biodiversity conservation and state-building: from conflict to cooperation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo” Speaker: Deo Kujirakwinja, PhD Student, Department of Environmental Science
- Thursday, 07th May, 1-2pm “A Massacre before MarikanaMassacre: Untold stories of the platinum Belt” Speaker: Robert MasekoPhD Student, Sociology Department
- Thursday, 14th May, 1-2pm “Institutional change and biodiversity governance in South Africa: A perception survey” Speaker: JunioursMarirePhD Student, Economics Department
- Thursday, 21st May, 1-2pm “Marine Conservation and management: Fisheries Common Pool Resources” Speaker: Ameil HarikishunPhD Student, Fisheries Department
SEMINARS FOR SEMESTER 2:
Seminars for Semester 2 is being finalised and will be uploaded as soon as possible.
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