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Fall 2016 Colloquium Series

Fridays | 10:30am-noon | SGIS GA 3067

September 30

“Signs & Wonders: Aesthetics and Uncertainties in 'Pentecostalite' Accra”

Emily Stratton, Indiana University Religious Studies Department

October 7

Fall Break

October 14

“Rethinking the 'Diversity Debit': Ethnicity and Political Incentives in Kenya's Constituency Development Fund”

Kirk Harris, Indiana University Political Science Department

October 21

“International Migration and Social Mobility among the Sub-Saharan African Middle-Class”

Tristan Ivory, Post-Doctoral Fellow, CRRES & Sociology

October 28

“The Voyage of Socialization in the Transnational Bildungsroman”

Moussa Thiao, Indiana University Department of Comparative Literature

November 4

“’Angola: the Firm Trench of the Revolution in Africa!’ Our Anti-Imperialism, Your Cold War - National Radio and Geo-Politics”

Marissa Moorman, Indiana University Department of History

November 11

“’The Good Machine’: Policing, Transformation, and the State of Emergency in Post Independence Zimbabwe”

Rudo Mudiwa, Communication and Culture

*Download the ASP Fall 2016 Colloquium schedule here

Note: In lieu of a colloquium on Friday, November 18, Justin Pearce, University of Cambridge (UK), will present a guest lecture on Wednesday, November 16, at 4:45pm in GA 3067.