I joined the African Studies Centre in July 2013, one of the larger centres within the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies. I am responsible for all non-teaching aspects of the centre ranging from Course administration, finance and buildings responsibility and event management. Before joining the University, I worked for several years at Thames Valley Police.
African Studies Centre
Workshop held in Oxford in December 2005 sponsored by the ESRC and AHRC and organized by the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies.
This symposium is the Latin American regional seminar for the Coalitional Presidentialism Project (CPP), a three-year ESRC-funded project based within SIAS.
William Beinart, together with Karen Middleton and Simon Pooley is publishing a new edited collection entitled: Wild Things: Nature and the Social Imagination
African Studies Graduate Tope Folarin (MSc 2005-6) has won the prestigious Caine Prize for African Writing.
African Studies graduate Janet Remmington (MSc 2008-09) has had an article arising from her MSc African Studies research published in the latest edition of the Journal of Southern African Studies (Volume 39, Issue 2).
An article by Dr Nic Cheeseman has made the front page of Kenya’s Daily Nation, the largest newspaper in East and Central Africa with a circulation of over 200,000.
Faculty and former students at the African Studies Centre have worked together to produce a major state-of-the-art publication, the Routledge Handbook of African Politics.
Speaker: Hugh MacMillan (Oxford)