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Events

    28 May 2020

  • Technoscientific Futures Virtual Symposium

    In this virtual symposium we discuss Science and Technology Studies and Artificial Intelligence beyond coloniality, turning to the planetarity of technoscience that tie in with neoliberal modernity, the Anthropocene, Capitalocene and the futurity of the (corona)virus pandemic.

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    Technoscientific Futures Virtual Symposium
  • 27 May 2020

  • Why Biography Matters for Political Science Webinar

    This talk examines the utility of biography for political scientists, drawing on the speaker’s recent biography of Solomon Mujuru (aka Rex Nhongo), entitled “The Army and Politics in Zimbabwe: Mujuru, the Liberation Fighter and Kingmaker” (Cambridge University Press, 2020).

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    Why Biography Matters for Political Science Webinar
  • 30 Apr 2020

  • The Practice of Wri(gh)ting History Webinar

    What does the practice of voicing the silences and surfacing the erasures entail? This presentation will explore these questions and issues.

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    The Practice of Wri(gh)ting History Webinar
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