Lectures Archive

  •   “The Matatu in the 1960s: Nairobi Entrepreneurs”   Kenda Mutongi is a Professor of History at Williams College. She was born and raised in Maragoli, western Kenya, and attended […] 0

    Kenda Mutongi

      “The Matatu in the 1960s: Nairobi Entrepreneurs”   Kenda Mutongi is a Professor of History at Williams College. She was born and raised in Maragoli, western Kenya, and attended […]

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  •   Fiction and Poetry Reading   Emmanuel Boundzéki Dongala is a Congolese chemist and novelist. He is currently Richard B. Fisher Chair in Natural Sciences at Bard College at Simon’s […] 0

    Emmanuel Dongala, Billy Kahora, and Nnedi Okorafor

      Fiction and Poetry Reading   Emmanuel Boundzéki Dongala is a Congolese chemist and novelist. He is currently Richard B. Fisher Chair in Natural Sciences at Bard College at Simon’s […]

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  •   Reading and Book Signing with Nnedi Okorafor   Nnedi Okorafor is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Who Fears Death (a Nebula Award Nominee and Tiptree Honor Book). […] 0

    Nnedi Okorafor

      Reading and Book Signing with Nnedi Okorafor   Nnedi Okorafor is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Who Fears Death (a Nebula Award Nominee and Tiptree Honor Book). […]

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  •   “Comics and Journalism”   Joe Sacco is an extraordinary comic artist and journalist, who has traveled to many parts of the world to do his research. In the early […] 0

    Joe Sacco

      “Comics and Journalism”   Joe Sacco is an extraordinary comic artist and journalist, who has traveled to many parts of the world to do his research. In the early […]

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  •   Francine Masiello works on topics related to Latin American literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, gender theory, and comparative North/South literatures. Her books include Lenguaje e ideología: los […] 0

    Francine Masiello

      Francine Masiello works on topics related to Latin American literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, gender theory, and comparative North/South literatures. Her books include Lenguaje e ideología: los […]

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  •   Jennifer Bajorek writes and does research on diverse topics in literature and philosophy and in the history and theory of photography. Her publications include Counterfeit Capital (Stanford, 2009), an […] 0

    Jennifer Bajorek

      Jennifer Bajorek writes and does research on diverse topics in literature and philosophy and in the history and theory of photography. Her publications include Counterfeit Capital (Stanford, 2009), an […]

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  •   “Reflections on the Study of Middle East Politics in an Age of Revolution: From Iran’s Greens to Egypt’s Tahrir”   Arang Keshavarzian is Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and […] 0

    Arang Keshavarzian

      “Reflections on the Study of Middle East Politics in an Age of Revolution: From Iran’s Greens to Egypt’s Tahrir”   Arang Keshavarzian is Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and […]

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  •   Like many journalists in Sweden, writer and broadcaster Johanna Koljonen has an online presence no less personal for being public. In this talk, she will talk about how a […] 0

    Johanna Koljonen

      Like many journalists in Sweden, writer and broadcaster Johanna Koljonen has an online presence no less personal for being public. In this talk, she will talk about how a […]

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  •   Ayça Çubukçu joined the LSE in May 2012 as a Lecturer in Human Rights at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Before LSE, […] 0

    Ayca Cubukcu

      Ayça Çubukçu joined the LSE in May 2012 as a Lecturer in Human Rights at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Before LSE, […]

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  •   Associate Professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies and the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western University in Canada. Sliwinski’s research interests range […] 0

    Sharon Sliwinski

      Associate Professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies and the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western University in Canada. Sliwinski’s research interests range […]

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