E-Newsletter of the Centre of African Studies, University of London, January/February 2014
E-Newsletter for the Centre of African Studies
Events at the Centre

Africa Business Group

Can South Sudan Escape the Resource Curse?

Monday 27th January, 1-3pm, Room 116, SOAS
South Sudan is the world’s newest country, and its most oil-dependent. With 98% of state income drawn from oil, getting resource management right from the word go is essential. What progress has South Sudan made towards building an oil industry that benefits its people? What challenges still remain? How can the international community contribute?

Africa Business Group welcomes Annie Dunnebacke and Emma Vickers from Global Witness to share their findings.
Chair: Dr Jonathan Di John, Development Studies, SOAS

Tickets: £10/£5 students
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Heaven and Earth - Church Education and Monastic Culture in Ethiopia

Tuesday 28th January, 7-9pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS
‘Heaven & Earth’ is a documentary film that tells the story of an ancient civilization, covering a millennium of Ethiopian monastic culture and ecclesiastical education. Presenting the development of indigenous Christianity in an African setting, the film provides a corrective to still prevalent stereotypes of Africa as a dark continent in need of enlightenment by outside forces.
Followed by Q&A with the director Mackonen Michael, chaired by Dr John Campbell, SOAS

Tickets: £7/£5 students. 
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Climate Change in northern Tanzania
Thursday 30th January 2014, 6pm – 8pm, Room 116, SOAS

A presentation by geographer Ben Wisner, who has worked on disaster response and mitigation for more than 30 years. He is a leading member of the Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction a coalition of NGOs and other organisations in low and medium income countries. In Tanzania he is involved in a project to evaluate the impact of climate change in the Kilimanjaro and Pare areas.
In association with the Britain Tanzania society
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'Talking Eritrea' Seminar Series

Justice Africa and the Centre of African Studies at SOAS are collaborating to convene a series of events during February and March 2014. The series will comprise of talks on the most pressing themes affecting the people of the Red Sea nation, concluding with a panel discussion by eminent academics and civil society activists. 

Eritreans: Migrants or Migrating Refugees
Speaker: Dan Connell (Simmons College, Boston)
Monday 3rd February 2014, 5pm – 7pm, Room 4429, SOAS
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The National Service and its impacts on the social fabric of Eritrean Society

Speaker: Dr Gaim Kibreab (LSBU)
Monday 17th February 2014, 5pm – 7pm, Room 4429, SOAS
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Book Launch - Islam, Youth, and Modernity in the Gambia: the Tablighi Jama'at

Wednesday 19th February 2014, 5.30pm – 7pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS
This monograph is the first on the Tablighi Jama'at in Africa. It focuses on a transnational Islamic missionary movement that has its origins in the reformist tradition that emerged in India in the mid-nineteenth century. The work brings a perspective on the dialogue between Sufi and reformist Islam and the interconnection between Islam, translocality and gender.
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History on Film (2nd series): Slavery and the African Diaspora from a Global Perspective

Thursday 20th 2014,  7pm-9pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS
Dr Marie Rodet (SOAS) screens her film The Diambourou: Slavery and Emancipation in Kayes (Mali) and welcomes keynote speaker Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University)
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Thursday 27th February, 7pm-9pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS
A screening of Voices of the Afro-Sri Lankans and discussion with Shihan de Silva (Institute of Commonwealth Studies)
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Thursday 6th March, 7pm-9pm, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS
A screening of  Promised Me
mory and discussion with Gaetano Ciarcia (CERCE-Université Paul-Valéry-Montpellier 3)
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Call for Papers: Africa Research Day 2014
Monday 17th March 2014, University College London

The second Africa Research Day will be hosted by the Africa Research Students Network (AfNet) on Monday, March 17, 2014 at University College London. We welcome presentations from PhD students conducting research on Africa or Africa-related themes. 
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Abstracts of up to 300 words to be sent to by 3rd February 2014.
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African History Seminars
Wednesdays, 5-6pm, Room FGO1, Faber Building, SOAS
22th January 2014
‘Reimagining Colonial Rule in Northern Kenya: Resource Boundaries, Political Transitions and Nostalgia’
Hannah Whittaker, Brunel
29th January 2014
‘What do the FCO Migrated Archives tell us about the decolonisation of British Cameroons?’
Vincent Hiribarren, KCL London

5th February 2014
‘Displaced Populations and Regional Destabilization in the Sahel following the 2012 crisis in Mali’
Mohamed Bazoum, Niger Minister of Foreign Affairs
26th February 2014
‘Crossing the Black Atlantic: The Global Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Racial Politics of the Cold War’
Nicholas Grant, University of East Anglia

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SOAS Events

Dis/locating Culture 2013-14: Contemporary Cultures of Opposition in Africa
Wednesday 15th January, 3pm-5pm, Room L67, SOAS
 Panelists: Professor Jane Plastow (University of Leeds), Dr. Carli Coetzee (SOAS), Dr. Wendy Willems (LSE), Dr. Kwadwo Osei-Nyame (SOAS). Chair: Dr. Karima Laachir (SOAS)
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Congolese Music with Pan-African Consciousness

Wednesday 15th January, 7pm-9pm, Brunei Lecture Theatre, SOAS
Part of the SOAS Concert Series
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Force and Right: Money, violence and consent in Kinshasa's 2011 elections
Wednesday 22nd January, 3pm-5pm, Room G51, SOAS
Speaker: Dr Joe Trapido, Anthropology & Sociology, SOAS
Part of the Social Anthropology Seminar Series
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‘We Search for Life’: mobilities within the African Great Lakes Region
Wednesday 22nd January, 5pm-7pm, Room G51, SOAS
Speaker: Irene Binaisa IMI, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford
Part of the Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies Seminar Series
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When the Village Meets The Hague: Competing Conceptions of Transitional Justice in the African Great Lakes
Wednesday 5th February, 3pm-5pm, Room G51, SOAS
Speaker: Dr Phil Clark, SOAS
Part of the Social Anthropology Seminar Series
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Events and seminars in the UK

Brazil and Africa: Historical Legacies, Contemporary Engagement
Tuesday 18th February 2014, 5pm-6.30pm
Latin American Centre, St Antony’s College
 A Special Roundtable Discussion in Association with the Rio Branco Visiting Professorship of International Relations
Organized by the Brazilian Studies Programme, University of Oxford, with the generous support of CAPES, the Instituto Rio Branco, and Mr Rajeev Misra
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Oxford Centre of African Studies Seminars

The African Studies Centre organises a lively programme of seminars, workshops and international conferences. At least three research seminars on Africa meet each week during Michaelmas, Hilary and Trinity Terms:


The Thomas Hodgkin Memorial Lecture: ‘Africa, the World Economy and the African Century of Our Imagination’
Monday 27th January, Gateway Pavilion, St Antony's College
Speaker: Kingsley Moghalu (Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria) 
Followed by drinks Reception 
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Beyond the horizon: Governance, legitimacy and representation in Central African Republic
Monday 24th February
Speaker: Andreas Mehler (GIGA Hamburg) 
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Annual events include:

Podcasts of past seminars and events hosted by the African Studies Centre are available both on the Oxford University Podcasts Website and on iTuneU.

Cambridge Centre of African Studies Seminars

The Centre's weekly seminar series features the work of prominent academics.

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Beyond Consent and Dissent: Women, Power and Religions in Modern Africa, 1800-Present
 Friday 17th and Saturday 18th January 2014, University of Cambridge, UK
Panelists: Heike Behrend, Janice Boddy, Adeline Masquelier, Isabella Mukonyora, Dorothea Schulz, Naomi Haynes, Mary Laven, Adriaan van Klinken, Linda van der Kamp, Marloes Janson, Marie Rodet, Shobana Shankar, Elke Stockreiter.
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Leeds Centre of African Studies Seminars

Theology and Religious Studies Symposium: Farewell to Kevin Ward - Dynamics of Religion and Sexuality in Contemporary Africa
Wednesday 23rd January


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London School of Economics

Between life and death in Kinshasa
Thursday 30th January 2014, 6.40pm-8.30pm
Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE

A screening of the film ‘Cemetery State’ followed by commentary by geographer and urban theorist Jennifer Robinson and discussion with Filip De Boeck, urban anthropologist and the film’s director.
Chair: Deborah James (LSE)
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King's College London
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Birkbeck College
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John and Elnora Ferguson Centre for African Studies (JEFCAS)

Colonial resonance in contemporary policing programmes in Africa?
29th of January 2014, 4pm,  RE:Centre  Seminar Room
Professor Paul Jackson: Professor of African Politics;   International Development Department College of Social Sciences University of Birmingham

Peace and Power
12th  February 2014, 4pm,  RE:Centre  Seminar Room
Professor Oliver Richmond; Research Professor of IR, Peace and Conflict Studies at the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI)

The UK policy towards Africa
26th  February 2014, 4pm,  RE:Centre  Seminar Room

Mr. Alex Vines OBE;  Research Director, Area Studies and International Law; and Head, Africa Programme,  Chatham House


Overseas Development Institute Book Launch
Wednesday 22nd January, 5pm-6.30pm, Overseas Development Institute, London
Justice and security reform: why donors struggle to engage informal actors by Lisa Denney
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Institute of Historical Research: Christian Missions in Global History Seminar
Wednesdays at 5.30pm, Room G21A Institute of Historical research, University of London, Senate House

Wednesday 22nd January
Brian Willan (Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa)
'Implanting the better instincts of civilisation?' Black South Africans, Shakespeare and Mission Education in Victorian Grahamstown
Wednesday 19th March
John McCracken (University of Stirling) ‘Class, Violence and Gender in Early Colonial Malawi: the Curious Case of Elizabeth Pithie’.
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SCOLMA Lunchtime Seminar Series 2014:
Africa’s Literary Detectives: Cases from the South
Friday 14th February 2014, 1-2pm, The Seng Tee Lee Centre, Senate House
Dr Ranka Primorac (University of Southhampton)
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Royal African Society 

China, India, and the Global Struggle for Oil in Sudan & South Sudan
Tuesday 21st January 2014, 7pm-9pm

Speaker: Dr Luke Patey, author & Senior Senior Researcher, Danish Institute for Internatinal Studies. Respondents: Ali Askouri, Researcher, Consultant, Africa's Resource based Conflicts; Michal Meidan, Senior Analyst, Eurasia Group.Chair: Charles Moré, Asia Editor, Africa-Asia Confidential
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Britain-Tanzania society
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Anglo-Ethiopian society
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Chatham House

South Africa’s Future: Reflecting on Two Decades of Democracy
Monday 20th January 2014, 3pm-4pm, Chatham House, London
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Conferences in the UK & Abroad
Call for Papers: Memory, Power, and Knowledge in African Music and Beyond
3rd-6th September 2014
University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Proposals should include an abstract of no more than 250 words, paper title and 3 to 5 keywords, as well as your full name, academic affiliation and contact information, sent to Kerstin Klenke ( by 15th January 2014
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Call for Papers: Media and Elections in Africa Conference
Organised by the Africa Media Centre, University of Westminster and Moi University, Kenya in association with the UK-Africa Media and Democracy Research Network
Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th March 2014
University of Westminster, London
Abstracts of 300 words due by 16th January. Submissions must include the title of the conference, presenter's name, affiliation, email and postal address, together with the title of the paper. Please ensure when saving your abstract that your name is part of the file name. Please email your abstract to Helen Cohen
For more information, contact Winston Mano

Call for Papers: One-Day Colloquium on Zanele Muholi
24th March 2014, Kgorong Building, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Submissions of a 200 word abstract, work affiliation and contact details should be sent to before 31st January 2014.
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Call for Papers: Memory and Imagination in the Making of African Identities
Spring SERSAS-SEAN Conference, 7th-8th March 2014
Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA, USA
Please send proposals of no more than 300 words that outline the main themes and issues of your paper to: Anta Sane:; Aran MacKinnon:; Ken Wilburn: Deadline: 1st February 2014
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Southern Africa City Studies Conference 2014
27th – 29th March 2014, Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa

As a partnership between the Centre for Urbanism and Built Environment Studies (CUBES) in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Witwatersrand and the African Centre for Cities (ACC) at the University of Cape Town, the conference offers an exciting platform for Southern African scholarship on cities. Enquiries should be submitted to
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Call for Papers: The 3rd Annual Igbo Conference. Igbo Heritage: Production, Diffusion and Legacy
2nd-3rd May 2014, SOAS, University of London
Please email abstracts of up to 300 words including the paper title, your name, current position, institutional affiliation, email address and phone number to Louisa Uchum Egbunike: no later than 7th February 2014. 
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Call for Papers: First Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference: Africa and the New World Order
30th July – 2nd August 2014, Kisii University, Kenya
Send abstracts of between 250 and 500 words, including full contact details (title, name, address, email-address, and telephone) as well as institutional affiliation by 30th March, 2014 to Prof. Maurice Amutabi at or
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Call for Papers: 2014 International Conference on Arts, Culture, Heritage and the National Development Plan: Vision for 2030
30th April 2014
Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Presenters are invited to submit topics/abstracts (300 words) to the Conference Secretariat by 31st March 2014.
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Call for Papers: Journal of Southern African Studies 1st Biennial Conference: Southern Africa beyond the West: Political, Economic & Cultural Relationships with the BRICS & the Global South
7th-10th August 2015, Livingstone, Zambia

The primary aim of the conference will be to consider Southern Africa’s place in a future world in which the influence of Western powers is in relative decline. To this end it will focus on social, political and cultural aspects of the region’s relationships with other regions, including the Lusophone world, China, India, Russia and their spheres of influence, as well as examples of South-South linkages, recognising at the outset that what are presented as new linkages have a long history.

Deadline for paper proposals:  1st August 2014
Final paper deadline: 1st May 2015
Queries to Lyn Schumaker:

Call for Panels and Papers: ASAUK Biennial Conference 2014
9th – 11th September 2014, University of Sussex

While we are not attempting to give the conference an overarching 'theme', we would encourage individuals, journals, centres and networks to offer a single or series of panels on particular topics so that there can be sequential debate through the conference.
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  • Call for Abstracts: Africa and/in the Age of Festivalization
    A symposium organized by Lindiwe Dovey and Carli Coetzee (SOAS) as part of the ASAUK Biennial Conference 2014.

    Panelists from and/or working across varied disciplines (Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Film Studies, History, Literary Studies, Postcolonial Studies etc.) are encouraged to submit abstracts.
    Click here to download full symposium details (.doc 14KB)

  • Call for Papers: Re-Writing the history of decolonization with moving images. Critical perspectives on documentary films and artistic practices from and about Lusophone Africa
    Panel 3929, Organised by
    Raquel Schefer (Paris 3); Robert Stock (GCSC, U Giessen/U Konstanz), ASAUK 2014
    We particularly encourage PhD candidates and early career researchers to participate in this panel. In order to submit your abstract (max. 250 words), click here

Call for Panels and Papers: 12th North Eastern Workshop on Southern Africa (NEWSA)
17th – 19th October 2014, California State University, San Bernardino, Vermont, USA

We encourage scholars from all disciplines who are currently working on southern Africa (Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe) to submit proposals. Drawing on the successful precedents of the former Southern African Research Program at Yale and the Canadian Research Consortium on Southern Africa, this program is designed to give southern Africanists the opportunity for close and intensive discussion of work across a wide variety of scholarly fields.

Deadline for abstracts: 31st March 2014
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Senegal Summer Programme

The African & African American Studies Program and French Department of Washington University in St. Louis invite applications to our summer program in Senegal:  25th May – 8th July 2014 
For more information, contact Wilmetta Toliver-Diallo toliver 
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CAS Events

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Events & Seminars in the UK

Conferences in the UK & Abroad

Funding Opportunities & Prizes




NEWS: Cecil King Memorial Trust Fellowship at SOAS

The Centre of African Studies is pleased to announce the launch of the Cecil King Memorial Trust Fellowship that will be awarded to one fellow each year to spend 10 weeks conducting research at SOAS. 

Next deadline to apply: 31st May 2014
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Mo Ibrahim Foundation Governance for Development in Africa Initiative (GDAI)
The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and the Centre of African studies, in partnership with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation has launched a new initiative that aim to build skills, develop talent, and enable Africans to improve the quality of governance in their countries:
  • PhD Scholarships at SOAS.
    Next deadline to apply: 30th April  2014
  • MSc Scholarships at SOAS.
    Next deadline to apply: 30th April  2014
  • Click here for Governance in Africa conversations 
  • GDAI Further Details
Leventis Nigerian Post-Doctoral Fellowship in London
The Centre of African Studies of the University of London invites applications from Nigerian academics to take part in a scheme of collaborative research funded by the Leventis Foundation.
PLEASE NOTE: Leventis co-operation programme applicants must be Nigerian nationals residing in Nigeria.
Next deadline: 31 May 2014

Leventis Fellowship Further details


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Funding Opportunities & Prizes

Governance for Development in Africa Initiative (GDiA) at SOAS

  • PhD Scholarships
    Next deadline to apply: 30th April 2014
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  • MSc Scholarships
    Next deadline to apply: 30th April 2014
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  • Residential School in Africa (Mauritius)
    *Deadline has now passed*
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Cecil King Memorial Trust Fellowship at SOAS

The Centre of African Studies is pleased to announce the launch of the Cecil King Memorial Trust Fellowship that will be awarded to one fellow each year to spend 10 weeks conducting research at SOAS. 

The Fellowship is designed for individuals who are emerging policy makers, academics, journalists, researchers or civil society representatives from Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. The programme will allow them to gain training in new ideas and knowledge exchange in the broad area of African Affairs/International Politics/Journalism/International Development. We welcome applications from a wide range of backgrounds. 

Next deadline to apply: 31st May 2014
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Leventis Nigerian Post-Doctoral Fellowship at SOAS
The Centre of African Studies of the University of London invites applications from Nigerian academics to take part in a scheme of collaborative research funded by the Leventis Foundation.
PLEASE NOTE: Leventis co-operation programme applicants must be Nigerian nationals residing in Nigeria.

Next deadline to apply: 31 May 2014
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The Culture of Resistance Scholarships at SOAS

A new set of MSc/MA scholarhips are now available for students from DRC, Somalia, Sudan, Sierra Leone (as well as Iraq, Afghanistan, Gaza and Burma) to pursue study at SOAS. To request an application visit

Current Funding Opportunities – SOAS Research Office
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Other SOAS Scholarships

On the SOAS Scholarship website you can also find information about other scholarships specifically for African students:

  • The Canon Collins Scholarships st SOAS.  There are two scholarships available available in 2013-14 for study at SOAS. These scholarships are for Masters study in any subject field. Open a national of and resident in one of the following countries:
    Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

  • Commonwealth Shared Scholarship (for students from African Commonwealth countries)

  • Ferguson Scholarships (for African nationals from an African Country)

  • Standard Chartered Scholarships (for a range of full-time Taught Masters programmes. The programmes relate to Asia, Africa, and the Middle East/NorthAfrica

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PhD Scholarship in African Studies at the University of Birmingham
Arabic Sources for West African History, West African Manuscripts in the British Library
The studentship is attached to an AHRC funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership awarded to the British Library for research and cataloguing related to its collection of West African Arabic manuscripts and its forthcoming exhibition: 'West Africa: Cultures of the Word'.
For further questions, enquiries or informal discussion please contact Dr Benedetta Rossi, University of Birmingham (, or Dr Marion Wallace, British Library (
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MSc Scholarships at The African Studies Centre of the University of Oxford 

The MSc in African Studies is a world leading three-term, nine-month course designed both as a stand-alone interdisciplinary introduction to current debates about Africa, and as a preparation for doctoral research on Africa. This advanced degree programme provides an excellent foundation for those who wish to expand their knowledge of African Studies, prior to working for NGOs, the civil service, international organizations, and the media, or in other professional capacities.
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ASAUK Teaching Fellowship Scheme, 2014
ASAUK is offering a £9,000 grant to support a teaching fellowship in the Social
Sciences or Humanities for a UK-based academic to work in an African
university. ASAUK is looking for applications from early career academics who
have finished doctoral degrees on African topics in British universities since 2009.
The award is open to applicants of any nationality who have graduated from a
British university. The award is designed to cover 3-4 months’ subsistence with
additional travel expenses provided for one international airfare
 Deadline for applications: 31st March 2014
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University of Sussex Funding Opportunities

Professor Clionadh Raleigh, University of Sussex, is looking for a 2-year postdoctoral fellow to work on the spatial and temporal dynamics of conflict, with a focus on Africa. A key component of this work is to examine disaggregated data and create innovative methods to discern subnational patterns in conflict incidence, type and impacts. 

The ERC funded ‘Geographies of Political Violence Project’ is recruiting two PhD students to begin in 2014. Each studentship includes a tax-free maintenance bursary of £16000 per year for three years, plus a waiver of UK/EU fees for 3.5 years for one student. 

Contact  Prof. Clionadh Raleigh at
Click here to download application information (.doc 17KB)

Audrey Richards prize for the best doctoral thesis in African Studies

The Audrey Richards Prize is awarded biennially for the best doctoral thesis in African Studies which has been successfully examined in a United Kingdom institute of higher education during the two calendar years immediately preceding the ASAUK Biennial Conference.

The 2012/ 2013 prize will be for theses examined between 1 January 2012 and 31 December 2013.
Nominations must be made by supervisors or examiners, with the permission of the candidate, by 31st March 2014
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Post-Doc Researcher
'Local Histories and Present Realities' located in the History Workshop at the University of the Witwatersrand. The programme is funded through the Andrew Mellon Foundation. The time horizon of the programme is mainly 20th to early 21st century. Its geographical horizon is the area encompassed by the North West, Limpopo, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Free State provinces.
Closing date for applications is 31 January 2014.

For further details about the research programme contact Prof Noor Nieftagodien at  or
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Research Associate
University of Cambridge -Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
Visual Representations of the Third Plague Pandemic - Applications are encouraged with regard to historical, anthropological and cultural studies of Africa. Key areas South Africa, Senegal, Egypt, Madagascar; secondary areas: Nigeria, Tunisia
Closing date: 23 January 2014
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Paid Internship in PR for SOAS graduates
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a SOAS graduate to undertake a 3 month internship as a Junior Account Executive at a full service PR company based in London.
For more information, please email Alexandra Lesmes at SOAS Careers Service
6 month internship in Accra, Ghana working on the Gender and Security Sector Governance Reform Programme run by Women Peace and Security Network Africa (WIPSEN-Africa)
Applicants should have a Master of Arts Degree in Peace Studies, Conflict Resolution or International Politics
For more information, please email Alexandra Lesmes at SOAS Careers Service 
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