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Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme: Apply now for projects on Francophone Africa/French relations with Africa

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme (2017 round): call for expressions of interest in projects on Francophone Africa/French relations with Africa     The Francophone Africa research cluster at the University of Portsmouth’s Centre for European and International Studies Research (CEISR) invites expressions of interest from postdoctoral candidates who wish to apply to the 2017 round of the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme through our institution. Full details of the scheme can be found here:  https://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/grant-schemes/early-career-fellowships. The University of Portsmouth’s Centre for European and International Studies Research (CEISR) is a leading centre for the interdisciplinary study of Francophone Africa and Franco-African relations in an international context. We are particularly interested in supporting applications which engage with the following themes: Reassessing the legacies of French colonialism in terms of its impacts in former French colonies and in metropolitan France Studying the changing relations between France and the Francophone world in the context of increasing globalisation of the world economy and culture. Our research environment is dynamic and supportive, with a strong emphasis placed on mentoring and the career development of early career researchers. In the first instance, applicants are invited to submit an expression of interest to Professor Tony Chafer tony.chafer@port.ac.uk and Dr Natalya Vince natalya.vince@port.ac.uk […]

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LECTURE. Red Globalism: The ‘Other’ Europe, Africa and Decolonization, Prof Paul Betts

CEISR ANNUAL LECTURE Red Globalism: The ‘Other’ Europe, Africa and Decolonization by Prof Paul Betts, University of Oxford   Professor Paul Betts is Professor of Modern European History in St Anthony’s College at the University of Oxford. His research and publications focus on Modern European Cultural History in general and 20th Century German History in particular.  Professor Betts has a special interest in the relationship between culture and politics over the course of the century, and have worked on the themes of material culture, cultural diplomacy, photography, memory and nostalgia, human rights and international justice, death and changing notions of private life. His recent publications include Within Walls:  Private Life in the German Democratic Republic (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010; paperback, 2012), which was awarded the Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History by the Wiener Library. Professor Betts has also co-edited a number of volumes recently, including Heritage in the Modern World:  Historical Preservation in International Perspective (with Corey Ross, Oxford University Press, 2015); Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination: Saul Friedländer and the Future of Holocaust Studies (with Christian Wiese, London: Continuum, 2010); and  Between Mass Death and Individual Loss: The Place of the Dead in Twentieth-Century Germany (with Alon Confino and Dirk Schumann, New York/Oxford: […]

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