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Herzliche Gratulation: MA-Abschlüsse und Promotionen im Frühjahrsemester 2020

The Graduates of African Studies 09/2020

Rahel Stirnimann, Oluwasooto Ajayi, Mickness Eliakunda Aeschlimann, Tibor Rechsteiner, (all MA African Studies), Adesola Adelowo (MA Critical Urbanisms), Lisa Roulet und Raffaele Perniola (MA Geschichte)

An der Diplomfeier der Philosophisch-Historischen Fakultät konnten zahlreiche MA-Studierende und Doktorierende in den African Studies oder mit Afrika-Fokus ihr Diplom entgegennehmen. Wir gratulieren ganz herzlich!

Letzten Samstag durften wir eine ganze Reihe von Nachwuchskräften aus unseren Studiengängen und den Nachbardisziplinen feiern:

Doktorat African Studies

Jin Ding: China in Africa: Perspectives on development and emergence

Peter Ayoola Oderinde: The Role of Internet in Migrants' Christianity: A Case Study of Nigerian Pentecostal Churches in Switzerland

Doktorat Politikwissenschaft

Jamie Pring:Making the Middle: Localizing Inclusivity in the IGAD-led Mediation in South Sudan (2013-2015)

Master African Studies

Oluwasooto Ajayi: African Voices in the Africa Rising Narrative. A qualitative study on scholarly literature and personal perceptions of the Africa Rising Narrative

Mickness Eliakunda Aeschlimann: To What Extent has the Female Participation in Microfinance Programs Led to a Change in Gender Relations at the Household Level? An Ethnography of Neema Women SACCOS in Igota Village, Ulanga District, Tanzania

Anja Orschulko: More than a Health Insurance? An exploration of health-related and non-health-related uses of the Improved Community Health Fund amongst micro-finance beneficiaries in Igota Village, Ulanga District, Tanzania

Tibor Rechsteiner: In Senegal, Our Problem Is To Master The Water. Drip irrigation from recycled plastic for smallholder farmers as a socio-technical system

Rahel Stirnimann: The Working Experiences of Former Ethiopian Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia and their Impact on Future Migrant Choices

Master Geschichte

Lisa Roulet: Khuan//a - The Framing/Making of an Iconic Portrait

Raffaele Perniola:Tsuku Tsuku Says the Black Train. Remembering the Railway in Namibia

Master Social Anthropology

Sibylle Jessica Näf:Blasts, Cracks and Radiation: A Community's perception of environmental degradation of large scale mining activities and the shaping of knowledge in Zambia's Northwestern province

Master Geographie

Kim Rossel:Assessing dust emission risks on cropland soils in the Free State, South Africa. Classification of cropland and ranking according to dust emission risk potential

Master Critical Urbanisms

Adesola Adelowo:Mobility and Livelihoods of Tourism Service Workers at Kristenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town