aboriginal art

LNUC Concurrences Seminars Spring 2022

Welcome to the Concurrences Seminar Series in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies!

10/2    Maria Olaussen, Professor of English, University of Gothenburg: The writing of Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature. Fe3016 (Dacke) and online via Zoom, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

31/3    Hannah Holleman Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, Amherst College: No Empires, No Dust Bowls: Lessons from the First Global Environmental Crisis. Zoom seminar, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

21/4    Fataneh Farahani. Professor in Ethnology a Department of Ethnology, History of Religion and Gender Studies, Stockholm University: Cartographies of Belonging: Gender and Colonial Genealogy of Displacement. Fe3016 (Dacke) and online via Zoom, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

28/4   Amrita Ghosh, Research Fellow, South Asia Center, SASNET, Lund University & Associate Faculty, Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, New York: Book release seminar: Tagore and Yeats: A Postcolonial Re-envisioning ( Brill, 2022). Fe3016 (Dacke) and online via Zoom, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

12/5    Ronald C. Po, Associate Professor of History, London School of Economics and Political Science, The New Qing History: A Maritime Approach. Annual Lecture of the Colonial Connections and Comparisons Research Cluster. Online seminar via Zoom, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

19/5    Shahram Khosravi, Professor in Anthropology, Stockholm University, Sweden: Doing Research with an Accent: Engagement and Decolonizing. Annual Lecture of the Migration, Citizenship and Belonging Research Cluster. Fe3016 (Dacke) and online via Zoom, 13:15−15:00 (CET, UTC+1).

If you want to participate in a seminar via Zoom, please contact Åse Magnusson.

Illustration: Aboriginal art, Queensland Australia, photograph by Jason Benz Bennee, Pixabay.com.