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15 May 2024
16:15  - 18:00

Basler Afrika Bibliographien | Klosterberg 23 | 4051 Basel (online participation possible)



Anima Adjepong: "Promiscuous Methods. Eros, Ethics, and the Ethnographic Imagination"

Namibian and Southern African Studies Research Colloquium & Anthropological Crossroads Colloquium

The Research Colloquium provides a forum for local and international scholars to engage in crossdisciplinary and methodological debates in Southern African Studies, with particular reference to Namibian Studies. It is jointly offered with the School of Humanities, Society and Development, University of Namibia in online sessions and is open to all levels. Guests are welcome.

Dr. Anima Adjepong is a writer, founder and inaugural executive director of Silent Majority, Ghana, and associate professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Their work explores themes of embodiment, belonging, freedom, and what we owe to one another. Anima received their PhD in Sociology from the University of Texas at Austin and an A.B. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University.

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