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12 Jun, 2019

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitleNo. of sessions
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth08Urban enclaves and the middle class1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth09Continuities and disruptions in 'doing fatherhood' in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth22Fulbe connections: West African pastoralists between participation and disruption with society2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth32Violent conflict and urban governance [CRG Violent Conflict]2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth35'We need electricity today': narratives and practices of electrical connections and outages in Africa1
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3Anth41Materiality and spirit: exploring visuality, citizenship and power in urban Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth48Crossing boundaries, crossing borders: subversion, disruption and LGBTQ migration on the African continent1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art13Connections and disruptions: African contemporary expressive culture in the global context1
08:4550 George Square, G.05Econ12The crisis of land in South Africa1
08:4550 George Square, G.02Econ20India's aid and soft power in Africa: connections and connectivities2
08:4550 George Square, G.03Econ31Continuity and disruption in public service provision2
08:4550 George Square, G.04Econ33Commercialising Africa: money, values, visions, dissonances1
08:4550 George Square, G.01Econ35Tourism in Africa: new hopes, old stereotypes? [CRG Africa in the World]2
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre BEnv02Disruptive urbanisms1
08:45David Hume, LG.11Env03African waters: flows, frictions and disruptions2
08:45Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea07Remembering Alma Ata? Revisiting 'health for all' amid aspirations for universal health coverage in Africa2
08:45David Hume, LG.09His01Connecting and disrupting African collections in European museums2
08:45David Hume, LG.08His04From the ashes reborn: reconsidering the "Time of Troubles" in Southern Africa in the context of global history1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre CHis12African borders: from conflict to coexistence1
08:45David Hume, LG.06His30African students in European universities from c.1800 to present: uncovering lost histories, decolonising the academy1
08:45David Hume, LG.10Lang02Limits and prospects of African humour2
08:4550 George Square, G.06Law01Minority rights in Africa1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol08Election observation in Africa1
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol17Secessionism in African politics: aspiration, grievance, performance, disenchantment [roundtable] [CRG African History]1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol19Politics after war: armed actors in post-conflict societies [CRG African Politics and International Relations]1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol38Connecting states and citizens: the impact of political brokerage on African governance1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel03Religion multiple: continuities, flows, and "religious diversity"2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Rel11Religiosity on University campus1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc08The African diaspora: to live away to exist at home?2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc12Connecting African studies and mobility studies: theoretical considerations and empirical insights2
10:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth07Politics at the periphery1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth37Ritual as performance space1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth42Solitude in Africa1
10:4550 George Square, G.04Econ04Commodifying Africa: material and representational interests, influences and impacts1
10:4550 George Square, G.05Econ16Post-conflict reconstruction, peacebuilding and mine action: new worlds in the aftermath of conflict1
10:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre BEnv11Housing (in)security and (in)formality: the production of uncertainty in state-led housing projects in African cities2
10:45David Hume, LG.06His23Cultures of solidarity, or towards a bright new future: transnational exchange in African liberation networks1
10:45David Hume, LG.08His26Historical trajectories of borders, borderlands and frontiers (1830-1950) [CRG ABORNE]2
10:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang11Teaching "Introduction to African Studies" [Roundtable]1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol05Technology and democracy in Africa2
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol09Urban citizenship and mobility between here and there: Understanding political belonging among Africa diasporas1
10:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol20Archives, governance and policy-making on the African continent1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol30Populism and democracy in Africa [CRG African Politics and International Relations]1
10:45Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol32Convergences and divergences of African state-making trajectories1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.07Pol43The politics of funding knowledge production in Africa1
10:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Rel06Mediation and the construction of religious heritages1
14:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth05Conflict urbanisation and urbanity in Africa1
14:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.07Anth06Islands of peace1
14:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth11Questioning "norms" in/from Queer African Studies2
14:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3Anth24Corporate sovereignty: connections and disruptions of corporate power in Africa2
14:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth28Le Mali "post Accord d'Alger" : dynamiques, récits et pratiques du politique entre ruptures et continuités1
14:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth29Re-making citizenship: social security and refuge beyond the state2
14:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth45Ethical certification between traceability and transparency: the future of digital technologies in Africa1
14:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth54African global travellers: (dis)connections, policies, and imaginations [CRG Africa in the World]1
14:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art07Connecting image and imagination: the arts on/and African slavery1
14:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Art14Going beyond disruptions: the opportunities and challenges in researching African contemporary expressive culture [Roundtable]1
14:1550 George Square, G.02Econ02The political economy of diversified business groups2
14:1550 George Square, G.01Econ19A new political economy in African higher education1
14:1550 George Square, G.05Econ22Resource nationalism in southern Africa: challenges and opportunities2
14:1550 George Square, G.04Econ28Building and connecting Africa: Infrastructure construction and economic development in the XXIst century2
14:1550 George Square, G.03Econ34Food, consumption and the home market in African industrializations1
14:15David Hume, LG.11Env09Space in time: changing patterns of land use, land rights, and landscape narratives1
14:15Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea09Health indicators, local knowledge and African cultural pluralism: a call for research1
14:15David Hume, LG.06His14The past is present: African primary sources and cultural materials in the digital age2
14:15David Hume, Lecture Theatre CHis29Morality and masculinity in eastern African times of connection and disruption (1800 - present)2
14:15David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang05Language and the political imagination: connections and disruptions1
14:15David Hume, LG.10Lang07Negotiating linguistic disruptions and connections1
14:1550 George Square, G.06Law02LGBT human rights in Africa: struggles and strategies1
14:15David Hume, LG.09Pol04Refugees and the state in Africa2
14:15Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol11Relocating the state in rural Africa1
14:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol18The rural frontiers of Jihad: militant careers, political economies and network governance in West and Central Africa2
14:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol37Civil society participation in peace initiatives of African intergovernmental organisations1
14:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel07Religion, citizenship and everyday practices in Africa1
14:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc04Education and African youth's 'return' mobilities1
14:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc10Epistemological legacies of empire: interrogating Eurocentrism in African studies [Roundtable]1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.07Anth18Old age and migration: an African perspective1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth39Stories of a rural African working class1
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth50Troubling growth1
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth52African Studies Associations in Europe - a critical revision of aims and future challenges [VAD Roundtable]1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art02Breaking with the past: strategies of disruption in South African visual arts in the representation of a new social order1
16:1550 George Square, G.01Econ03The afterlife of development1
16:1550 George Square, G.03Econ21Integration of peasantry into the global market: inconspicuous connections and opportunities on the fringes of large-scale investments1
16:15David Hume, LG.11Env05Governing blue growth: maritime regimes and oceanic disruptions across African waters1
16:15David Hume, LG.08His08School education and the shaping of colonial and independent states and societies (19th century-1970)1
16:15David Hume, LG.10His32Mining, urbanism and globalised trade in antiquity and contemporary Southern Africa1
16:15David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang09Connecting people through academic writing - how to bridge the gap? [Roundtable]1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol03The inner life of African organizations: Innovative methods and approaches1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol15Narratives of technological and infrastructure ruptures1
16:15Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol35Parties and organisational power: understanding variation in party organisation and intra-party politics1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel05Entanglements of informality and religion in African cities1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Rel09Continuities or disruptions? The role(s) of women in African religions1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc03Continuities and disruptions in urban land governance: the rise of the middle-class in Sub-Saharan Africa1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc16Demographic dynamics in Africa: between continuity and rupture1

13 Jun, 2019

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitleNo. of sessions
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth02Hierarchies of knowledge production in academic collaborations between Africa and Europe [Panel of the Association for the Anthropology of Social Change and Development - APAD]2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth14Rethinking urban theory from African cities2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3Anth21Making a living on & off the road - trucking and the politics of movement and stoppage in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth23Sexual and reproductive rights: conflicting narratives and the future of gender in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.07Anth34African LGBTQ activisms: queer counter narratives and arts of resistance1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth36Aspiring men: disrupting the narrative of African masculinity in crisis2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth40Photo archives: silence and blindness1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth44Affective connections and the formation of new African citizens1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Art06"Boomerangs and Roots" - rumba, rap and reggae as African or Afrodiasporic musics?1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art10African feminisms today: connections and disruptions2
08:4550 George Square, G.04Econ06Disruptors in the financial markets: creating financial markets at the bottom of the pyramid1
08:4550 George Square, G.01Econ08Regional integration in Africa and trade agreements2
08:4550 George Square, G.03Econ11Non-existing public utilities that disrupt… and existing public utilities that are disrupted1
08:4550 George Square, G.02Econ15Digital extractivism and data-driven development in Africa2
08:4550 George Square, G.05Econ18Domestic investors in large-scale investments in agriculture and extractives: new perspectives on connections and disruptions1
08:45David Hume, LG.11Env01Climate change as a vector of migration and conflict in Africa2
08:45David Hume, LG.09Env12Taking the initiative in African cities: grassroots responses to rapid and mismanaged urbanisation1
08:45Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea02The arts of dying and reviving institutions of health and well-being1
08:45David Hume, LG.06His06Late-apartheid South Africa or the 'long transition', 1984-1994: moments of rupture and continuity1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre CHis09Labour and capital in African mineral production networks [CRG Resource Extraction in Africa]1
08:45David Hume, LG.10His15Refugee camps in African history1
08:45David Hume, LG.08His21Disruption and continuity in Cameroon: the Anglophone crisis1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre BHis31Rural transformations in Sub-Saharan Africa - histories of future-making1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang12Turning down the heat: (mis-) representation of African migration in the media and the role of researchers [Roundtable]1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol02Normative politics in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol10The politics of dynasties in Africa1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol12Social protests, 'dominant-party systems' and sociopolitical change1
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol33International security assistance in Africa: views beyond the policy [CRG Violent Conflict]2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol40The politics of national narratives: performing and challenging dominant ideas of the state in Africa2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel10Religion and secularism in Africa: challenges to the political order2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc05Epistemic disruptions and connections: dialogues on decoloniality in/and feminist African studies1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc09'Innovation or irrelevance'? An analysis of new strategies being used by African trade unions to defend the interests of labour2
08:4550 George Square, G.06Soc15Foreign powers, journalism and the new scramble for Africa1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth25Space infrastructures, science and technology in Africa1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth46Decolonizing the academy in future Africa [Roundtable]1
10:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Art03Diversifying the visual library: photographic presentations and representations of the African continent1
10:4550 George Square, G.05Econ13Financialization and premature de-industrialization in the African context1
10:4550 George Square, G.03Econ30The politics of governing oil in Africa: rupture and continuity?2
10:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre BEnv10Rural transformations in Sub-Saharan Africa - spaces of future-making3
10:45Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea06Madness in Africa: in official, everyday, & vernacular lives [Sponsored by AFRICA: Journal of the International African Institute]1
10:45David Hume, LG.10His05The Vietnam War in Africa, 1963-19751
10:45David Hume, LG.09His10From global history to globalization: connections and disruptions in the African Indian Ocean [CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean]1
10:45David Hume, LG.06His28Mobility and the struggle for citizenship in colonial Africa. Connecting knowledge and social mobility in colonial Africa1
10:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre CHis33Knowledge contest: global development and local survival2
10:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang04The Politics of African Studies Publishing, the Challenges of Disciplinary, Geographic and Linguistic Boundaries, and Plan S [Sponsored by the International African Institute]1
10:4550 George Square, G.06Law03Law in Africa: charting one's course of action in a field of multiple normative orders1
10:45Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol22Migration and inequality: the African migrant and access to public services1
10:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc13Western citizens and African subjects?1
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth03Welfare, redistribution and new forms of the "public good" [Sponsored by AFRICA: Journal of the International African Institute]2
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth04Urban policing and production of the city2
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3Anth12Continuities and disruptions in the home-making process of migration2
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth13Experiencing violent conflicts over the life course and across generations: connections and ruptures2
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth27The transnational politics and materialities of LGBT 'rescue' in Africa1
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth31Decolonising Africanist migration research? [CRG AMMODI]2
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth43Encountering publics in African cities: embodied research and experiential learning2
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.07Anth53Photographs as objects of affective connection and disruption2
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art01Friends with benefits? - a critical reflection on patronage and artistic agency in the visual arts2
16:1550 George Square, G.05Econ05Commodity frontiers and knowledge regimes in Africa, 1800 to present1
16:1550 George Square, G.01Econ09Inside a construction boom: politics, responsibility and the temporalities of urban development2
16:1550 George Square, G.04Econ17Disrupting the wage: post-work futures within and beyond Africa2
16:1550 George Square, G.02Econ25Mining's connective and disruptive effects on human settlement in Africa2
16:15David Hume, LG.11Env14The Sahel in turmoil: political instability, resource conflicts and migration [CRG Drylands]1
16:15David Hume, LG.10Env16The politics of life on the urban margins in South Africa1
16:15Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea04Circulation of biomedical knowledge and materiality between Africa and Asia1
16:15David Hume, LG.09His03Alternative histories of decolonisation in Southern Africa2
16:15David Hume, LG.08His17Connected decolonisations: networked approaches to anticolonial struggles in Africa, 1950s-80s2
16:15David Hume, LG.06His20Who belongs to the new nations? Inclusion, expulsion and xenophobia in early post-independence West Africa (1957-1973)2
16:15David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang06Border crossings and identity2
16:1550 George Square, G.06Law04Scrutiny of the main transitional justice laboratory: Africa2
16:15Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol24Political orders in the making: cases from inside and across the Sahara [CRG ABORNE]1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol27Playing to the crowd: performance and the politics of campaign rallies2
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol31Digital technologies and the politics of data in Africa1
16:15Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol34Political settlements, growth coalitions, and social networks: exploring the role of elites for state trajectories1
16:15Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol42New frontiers of political economy in Southern Africa2
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Rel01Religious activism and disrupted social relations: exploring religion and alienation in Africa1
16:15Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel02Religion and progressive activism concerning gender and sexuality in Africa1
17:5550 George Square, G.05Econ26The United Nations in Africa, and Africa in the UN: bureaucratic wrangling, translocal negotiations, and the politics of expertise1
17:5550 George Square, G.03Econ29Disrupting models? "New" global players and the politics of development in Post-Washington consensus Africa1
17:55David Hume, LG.11Env15African drylands facing change: interdisciplinary research on climate change, food insecurity, political instability [CRG Drylands] [Roundtable]1
17:55Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea05(Dis)connecting healthcare from the bottom up: digital improvisation, creativity and disruption1
17:55David Hume, LG.10Lang10"Who do we write our research for?" Sharing reflections on decolonising engagement and access to research outputs in the field of African studies1
17:55Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol16Who are African politicians?1
17:55Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol21Decolonization and pedagogy - disruptions and connections in the classroom1
17:55Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol25Urban governments coping with the New Urban Agenda: connections and disruptions1
17:55Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel08Religious organizations as moral agents in urban Africa1
17:55Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc02New surplus populations in Africa: ruptures and continuities in rural transitions1
17:55Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc11Pastoralists' formal and non formal education, between preservation of cultural heritage and needs for opening up to a globalized world1

14 Jun, 2019

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitleNo. of sessions
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 4Anth01Multiple African anthropocenes: universal concepts, local manifestations2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 1Anth15Cryptopolitics: exposure, concealment, and digital media2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 3Anth16Contesting legitimacy in Africa: accountability, transparency and responsibility2
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 2Anth20Pan African identities in regards to aesthetic phenomena1
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.05Anth30Business at work: new ethnographies of private sector dynamics in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.06Anth33Intimate relationships, marriage, and social change in southern Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.04Anth51Kinship ties and networks on the move: strategies for mobility2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 2Art04Yorùbá culture and music as connections, identity formation and disruptions among African Americans2
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 1Art11Reconnecting African art and artefacts2
08:4550 George Square, G.05Econ07Towards new hegemonies? The role of new actors in African development cooperation2
08:4550 George Square, G.03Econ10Africa's enchantment with large-scale infrastructure projects - imperial aspirations re- or undone?2
08:4550 George Square, G.02Econ23"Land grabbing" and political economy of investments in export horticulture in Africa1
08:4550 George Square, G.04Econ27Changing structural conditions in the periphery: African connections and disruptions within the global economy (towards Samir Amin's festschrift)1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre BEnv04Spatial theory and African urban studies2
08:45David Hume, LG.11Env07New trends, patterns and dynamics of conflict in Africa: exploring the rise in conflicts between farmers and pastoralists2
08:45Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea08Disrupted minds: precarity, politics and psychiatry in Africa1
08:45David Hume, LG.10His02Storytelling and social order in Africa2
08:45David Hume, LG.09His13Transport and travel - connections and disruptions1
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre CHis16Shaping hearts and minds : African elites' training from the colonial era to the present2
08:45David Hume, LG.06His22What remains of labour: the changing and unchanging working realms of African societies2
08:4550 George Square, G.01Lang01Connections and disruptions: a sociolinguistic perspective2
08:45David Hume, Lecture Theatre ALang03Literary activism in twenty-first century Africa: networks, commons and publics2
08:4550 George Square, G.06Law06Legal Bureaucracies: connection and disruption in and beyond the state1
08:45Appleton Tower, Lecture Theatre 5Pol01Studying China-Africa: new themes, new research trends, old problems2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.11Pol13Women's voices in politics and sexuality in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.14Pol14Regime change, democratic experiments and trends in succession politics in Africa2
08:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol26Democratic and autocratic disruptions1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 4Rel04Gathering and separating in the name of god? Instrumentalization of religious rights in contemporary Africa1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc06It is not about housing (only)! affordable housing policies and the resettlement of informal settlements1
08:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 6Soc07Disruptions in primary school education in Africa2
10:4550 George Square, G.02Econ01Non-state investments in natural resources extraction from Asian entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa: assessing their transformative and their disruptive effects at the local level1
10:45Gordon Aikman Lecture TheatreHea10Population control reloaded: the anti-politics of the family planning enterprise1
10:45David Hume, LG.08His07Pan-Africanism between Unity and Divergence (1950-60s)1
10:45David Hume, LG.09His18Paving roads over well-trodden paths? The (dis-)use of everyday infrastructure from pre- to post-colonial Africa, 1800s to present1
10:4550 George Square, G.06Law05Courts, politics and African democracy1
10:45Appleton Tower, Seminar Room 2.12Pol23Emergenc(i)es: Disruptive events and their consequences in African politics1
10:45Appleton Tower, Room M1Pol44Race and racial relations: Africa and beyond1
10:45Chrystal McMillan, Seminar Room 5Soc14Deepening connections among critical change makers in Africa: experiences from the MasterCard foundation scholars program1