The Oxford University Africa Society focuses on African affairs at the University of Oxford. It seeks to set the agenda for the future of the African Continent by providing a platform for students hailing from or interested in Africa to critically engage.
Michael McFaul is Professor of Political Science, Director and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and the Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He joined the Stanford faculty in 1995.
Dr Michael McFaul (Freeman Spogli Instiute for International Studies & Hoover Institution)
Board Room, Middle East Centre, St Antony's College
This paper is based on a qualitative study conducted in Iran with 62 men, women and judicial officials in relation to domestic violence against women in Iran mainly in Gilan province situated in the north of Iran.
Bi Gan’s Kaili Blues (2016) is a film about time lost and regained through remembrance and dream. Doubling and transference that occurs in the 41-minute take is underwritten by the logic of the unconscious.
The pastoral livestock trade in the Horn of Africa is highly dynamic. Animals are traded and moved within countries, across national borders and beyond the region for export – principally to the Middle East. The livestock trade is fluid, with changes in the direction of market flows.
Hussain Abdullahi Mahmoud (Technical University of Mombasa)
Lecture Theatre 1, China Centre, Dickson Poon Building, Canterbury Road, Oxford
Oxford University China Africa Network (OUCAN) The Oxford University China-Africa Network (OUCAN) brings together scholars, graduate students and experts from the field to push forward the research pertaining political, cultural and socio-economic trends, both from a macro and a
Seminar Room 1, China Centre, Dickson Poon Building, Canterbury Road, Oxford OX2 6LU
International History of East Asia Seminar. Legal Controversies and State-Building in Late 19th Century East Asia. Takahiro Yamamoto, University of Heidelberg: 'Connecting Japan and the Pacific: Benjamin Pease, Thomas Glover, and the Bonin Islands, 1871-1876'.