August 14: “The Good Migrant: Gender, Race, and Naturalisation in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa and Australia,” Rachael Bright (Keele University, UK). https://history.cass.anu.edu.au/events/rachel-bright-keele-good-migrant-gender-race-and-naturalisation-early-twentieth-century
August 16: “‘Just Exhaustion!’: Motherhood, Work, and Human Capital Investment in Senegal,” Kathryn E. McHarry (University of Chicago). https://africanetwork.weblogs.anu.edu.au/2019/08/13/just-exhaustion/
23 August: “Becoming a Wrestler on the Outskirts of Khartoum, Sudan.” Paul Hayes (ANU) 3-5pm, Milgate Room, Level 2, A.D. Hope Building (#14) https://africanetwork.weblogs.anu.edu.au/2019/08/14/becoming-a-wrestler/
23 August: Linguistics seminar – “After Shaka: IsiZulu language in ideology and social history,” Judith Irvine, 3:30pm, Basham Seminar Room, BPB Level 1.
August 28 (AM): “Dual Exposure: Transcendental Harm in the Islamic Ontology of Pollution in Tunisia.” Siad Darwish (ANU). https://archanth.cass.anu.edu.au/events/dual-exposure-transcendental-harm-islamic-ontology-pollution-tunisia
August 28 (PM): Film screening: “Sculpting the Spirits,” a documentary on the Bijagós Islands of Guinea-Bissau. 4pm-6pm, The Tea Room, Ground Floor of the Banks Building (#44).
September 03 (lunchtime): “The International Criminal Court: Fighting Impunity or Failing Africa?” Matthew Neuhaus (Australian Ambassador to the Netherlands). https://freilich.anu.edu.au/events/upcoming (full details announced soon)
September 03 (evening): “Putting Africa Back into the Politics of British Decolonisation,” Deryck M. Schreuder (ex-UWA and WSU). http://bellschool.anu.edu.au/node/7176
September 04: “Fighting Ebola: Achieving Positive Social and Health Outcomes in Emergencies,” Presenters from ANU, Harvard, etc. https://www.anu.edu.au/events/fighting-ebola-achieving-positive-social-health-outcomes-in-emergencies
September 04: “Three Minute Thesis” final, feat. Ibidalopo Adekoya (Research School of Chemistry). https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/anu3mt-3-minute-thesis-competition-final-2019-tickets-60389227806
September 05: “Australia and Africa: a new friend from the South?” Nikola Pijović (Queen’s University, UK). https://nsc.crawford.anu.edu.au/news-events/events/14981/australia-and-africa-new-friend-south
September 09: “Prosecuting South Africa’s Apartheid-Era Crimes: Helping or Hurting Reconciliation?” CANCELLED
September 27: “Human Rights in the Age of Inequality: Xenophobia, Exclusion and the Myth of the Strong Leader,” Kostis Karpozilos and Dimitris Christopoulos (Panteion University, Greece) https://freilich.anu.edu.au/events/upcoming