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Thu., 25.05.2017, 5.30pm - 8pm | Other

Booklaunch: „Where are you from?“

The book launch of Ulla Dentlinger's book "Where are you from. 'Playing White' under Apartheid" will take place at Clarke‘s Bookshop, Cape Town.

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Wed., 10.05.2017, 6.15pm - 8pm | Presentation

Studying Landscape Change in the Great Karoo

The presentation by Philip Greenwood and Klaus Kuhn is part of the Namibian and Southern African Studies Research Colloquium.

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Tue., 09.05.2017, 5pm - 8pm | Other

Booklaunch: „The Aftermath of the Cassinga Massacre“

The book launch of Vilho Shigwedha's book "The Aftermath of the Cassinga Massacre. Survivors, Deniers and Injustices" will take place at the National Archives of Namibia (Eugene Marais Street, Private Bag 13250, Windhoek) on 9th May 2017 at 5pm.

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Di. 25.04.2017, 18:15-20:00 | Seminar

Die Vermessung des Hungers: Plädoyer für eine historische Anthropologie der Globalisierung

Vortrag von Joël Glasman im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums "African History" des Departments Geschichte der Universität Basel. Der Abend wird von den Basler Afrika Bibliographien organisiert.

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Thu., 20.04.2017, 6.15pm | Other

Book Launch: „Bodies of Truth“ by Rita Kesselring

Dr Rita Kesseling (University of Basel) is launching her book "Bodys of Truth. Law, Memory and Emancipation in Post-Apartheid Society". You are cordially invited to join the launch and apero, organised by the Institute of Social Anthropology, KEESA and Basler Afrika Bibliographien

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Thu., 20.04.2017, 1pm - 5pm | Workshop

Namibian and Southern African Studies: Critique and Perspectives

One day Workshop with Jan Bart Gewald (University of Leiden) and Suren Pillay (University of the Western Cape). The workshop is part of the Namibian and Southern African Studies Research Colloquium.

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