Video seminar series 2020


1 December
Dr Trishula Patel, ‘Undesirables and Pioneers': Colonial Mobility in the Indian Ocean, 1890-1930

3 November
Dr Lazlo Passemiers, COREMO's relationship with the Congolese government and the FNLA 

20 October
Dr Lotti Nkomo, Power, patronage and coercion: chiefs, party politics and the state in Zimbabwe, c.2000- 2013

22 September
Dr. Sarah Jane Walton, Sounding the wartime city: some considerations in thinking about Cape Town during the First World War through the lens of sensory history

8 September
Dr Victor Gwande, Interest Group Politics and the State: The Political Economy of Manufacturing in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1890–1979  

25 August
Dr Innocent Dande, ‘It’s all good money gone to the dogs!’ The political economy of informal dog breeding businesses in Zimbabwean cities, 1990-2019

6 July
Dr Chris Fevre, ‘Race’ and Resistance to Policing Before the ‘Windrush Years’: The Colonial Defence Committee (CDC) and the Liverpool ‘Race Riots’ of 1948.

29 June
Dr Henry Dee, A Short Biography of Clements Musa Kadalie.

15 June
Dr Nicola Ginsburgh, Humour in settler colonial society: Jokes and laughter in late Rhodesia.

1 June
Dr Rebecca Swartz, The Changing Nature of Higher Education.

18 May
Dr Ana Stevenson, The Big Data of the 1910s: The Suffrage Postcard Project and Digital Humanities.

4 May
Dr Jodie Yuzhou Sun, Zambia and Kenya with China in the 1970s and 1980s.

20 April
Dr Steph Quinn, Scalar Claims, Worker Strategies and South African Empire in Namibia’s Migrant Labor System Under South African Rule, 1935-72.

Convener: Dr Nicola Ginsburg

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