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Researching Africa in the 21st century (2020/2021)

Week 1: Introduction to Researching Africa

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Publication of the digital (105 Mb)
Researching Africa in the 21th century: rethink African studies? (2 Mb)

Some moments from our first seminar with students, getting to know each other, our multidisciplinary research backgrounds and the aims for the rest of the seminars:

Week 2: Ethnography

Week 3: History and Anthropology

Week 4: Language and Research

Week 5: Figures and Statistics

Week 6: Ethics

Video coming soon

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