PERMANENT PERSUADERS: CULTURE, POLITICS, AND NATIONALISM IN THE EASTERN CAPE, 1945-65.
A conference convened by the Fort Hare Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Fort Hare, and the African Studies Centre, Oxford University.
9-11th August 2011, University of Fort Hare, East London campus, South Africa.
Abstracts to: email@example.com before the 15th May 2011.
"This conference aims to take a new and critical look at culture, politics and nationalism in the Eastern Cape in the post-war period, reflecting on processes of social, cultural and political change. This is examined through the prism of the lives of key Eastern Cape intellectuals, cultural brokers and political activists – who we call ‘permanent persuaders’, borrowing from Gramsci."
Oliver M. Murphy.
Global and Imperial History.
Oxford, OX1 1DP
Abstracts for papers should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 15th May 2011.
Any queries related to the conference can be directed to the Leslie Bank (Fort Hare) at email@example.com or to Oliver Murphy (Oxford) firstname.lastname@example.org. Email: email@example.com
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