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Southern Africa : History, Culture and Society Seminar Series

June 19, 2013
1.00 pm to 5.00 pm, Pyramid Room, Geography Department, 4th Floor King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London, London WCR 2LS, University of London

- Carl Death, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University

« Now I feel the heat as much as white people do... » Social movements, climate change and environmental politics in South Africa

- Edward Teversham, St Cross College, University of Oxford

“A relatively luxurious and sophisticated type of recreation” : constructing a wilderness experience for Africans at Manyeleti Game Reserve, 1962-85

- Sian Sullivan, Department of Geography, Environment and Development Studies, Birkbeck College

Preliminary thoughts on the valorisation of « green uranium » in Africa

- Frances Cleaver, Environment, Politics and Development Group, King’s College London

Institutions, bricolage and “going with the grain” : everyday water governance in rural Zimbabwe

Discussant : William Beinart, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford

Seminar convenors : Rebekah Lee (r.lee@gold.ac.uk) ; Deborah Potts (debby.potts@kcl.ac.uk) ; Hilary Sapire (h.sapire@bbk.ac.uk)

For abstracts and further information on the seminar series visit www.gold.ac.uk/southern-africa

Publié le 14 juin 2013