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Beyond the post(-)colonial?/ Au-delà du post(-)colonial? : Workshop Report and Podcast (2/4)

Workshop Report and Podcast (2/4) Beyond the post(-)colonial?/ Au-delà du post(-)colonial? 12 September 2017 School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth. Convenors: Professor Margaret Majumdar and Dr Ed Naylor. The first of three audio recordings of the workshop proceedings is available below . The podcast lasts around 90 minutes and covers opening remarks by Professor Tony Chafer and the first panel entitled: ‘The remaking of France? New histories of decolonisation’. Chair: Ed Naylor / Speakers: Fabienne Chamelot (Portsmouth), Sharif Gemie (South Wales), Andrew Smith (Chichester), Natalya Vince (Portsmouth)   The full programme and a presentation of the workshop can be found here.  

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Study half-day: African Political Thought and Action Prominent Figures

Study half-day African Political Thought and Action Prominent Figures University of Portsmouth, School of Languages and Area Studies Wednesday 31st January 2018, 1-5pm Park Building, Lecture Theatre 3.23 All welcome 1pm Welcome and introduction (Tony Chafer, Portsmouth) 1.15pm Panel 1: Memory and Identity Chair: Fabienne Chamelot (Portsmouth) Andrew Smith (Chichester): Keita Fodeba Dieunedort Wandji (Portsmouth): Mobutu Sese Seko Jeremy Allouche (Sussex): Ivoirité Short Q&A 2.30pm Break 2.35pm Panel 2: Resistance and decolonisation Chair: Ed Naylor (Portsmouth) Olivia Rutazibwa (Portsmouth): Thomas Sankara Margaret Majumdar (Portsmouth): Frantz Fanon Natalya Vince (Portsmouth): Fatma N’Soumer Short Q&A 3.45pm Tea and coffee break 3.55pm Round Table Discussion (All Panellists) Chair: Camille Jacob (Portsmouth) 4.55pm Closing remarks (Dieunedort Wandji, Portsmouth) Contacts: fabienne.chamelot@port.ac.uk; dieunedort.wandji@port.ac.uk African Figures Programme

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