Relevance and Relation of Decolonial Studies in Methodology
This seminar will explore decolonial perspectives in crafting research design.
Lives in African Science: epistemic space and dynamism in careers of Kenyan researchers
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States and Welfare States: Government for the People
Join us for the second Social Policy seminar of the semester, with a provocative new look at comparative social policy from Professor Paul Spicker.
Incising amaXhosa: states of personhood in male circumcision
How do circumcision practices -- enculturated into a phenomenal rite of passage -- coalesce emergent and existing states of Xhosa personhood?
Writing for Non-Academic Audiences
In this workshop, we will hear from editors and authors who work for and with publications targeted at a general audience.
After their presentations, there will be an opportunity for discussion.
Postcolonial Pathologies: The Art in the Science of Autopsy Narratives in Kenya
Social Citizenship in an Age of Welfare Regionalism
Join us for the third Social Policy seminar of the semester about the state of the UK's social union.
Mafiapoetics. Why Mafiosi write and how they impersonate literary theory
Why are the middle classes and the art world obsessed with mafias?
A Liberian Life: Memoir of an Academic and Former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs
Reflections on practice: Windrush 'insider' research experiences
What can life stories and narratives tell us about the Windrush generation, their contributions to British social and cultural spheres, and the impact the sojourn has on them and their successive generations?