SEMINAR: ‘Cultural production in Africa’s extractive communities’ (Comparing the Copperbelt Project/African Studies Seminar)

Held in association with the African Studies Seminar.

‘Cultural Production in Africa’s Extractive Communities’ is the sixth research seminar of the ERC project ‘Comparing the Copperbelt’ based at the University of Oxford. It focuses on the intersection between mining and cultural production in Central, Western and Southern Africa.

This seminar will attempt a global view and will look at a variety of cultural forms across a variety of regions and time periods. It will integrate analysis of cultural production into regional histories that have more commonly been characterised in structural and material terms, exploring the ways in which processes of cultural, political and economic change found expression in everyday life.

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