The African Studies Association UK is calling for papers for the 2012 ASAUK biennial conference. The conference will be held in Leeds in 2012 and will run from 2pm on Thursday Sept 6th to 1pm on Saturday 8th September 2012.
A number of panels and streams have already been proposed for the conference. We are grateful to the below for organising a series of panels running through the conference.
Deborah Johnston (SOAS) and Morten Jerven (Simon Fraser University) on the data base for African economic development.
Miles Larmer (Sheffield) Katrien Pype (MIT)Reuben Loffman (Keele) Congo research network stream
Miles Larmer (Sheffield) The Yorkshire African Studies Network
Gabrielle Lynch (Warwick) Transitional Justice in Africa
Lizelle Bisschoff (Edinburgh) Contemporary African cinema: New innovations in genres, themes, production and distribution
Jane Plastow (Leeds) Culture
Stephanie Newell (Sussex) and Ranka Primorac (Southampton) Literature
Emma Hunter (Cambridge) Citizenship
Lotte Hughes (Open) and Clara Arokiasamy (KALA) Heritage
Frances Cleaver (Bradford) Is ‘good’ water governance compatible with water equity in Africa?
We are also very pleased to have two panels on North Africa submitted by George Joffe (Cambridge) and Martin Evans (Portsmouth)
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