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  • ECAS 2017 - 7th European Conference on African Studies - Basel, 29 June - 1 July 2017 | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    member Paris Urmis prob member Pilsen assoc member Why AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact us AEGIS Membership AEGIS Mailinglists ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s AEGIS Publications Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search ECAS 2017 7th European Conference on African Studies Basel 29 June 1 July 2017 Submitted by admin on Thu 2015 11 12 12 27 The Centre for African Studies

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/news/ecas-2017-7th-european-conference-african-studies-basel-29-june-1-july-2017 (2016-02-16)
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  • AEGIS Summer School “Urban Africa – Urban Africans: Emergent Spaces and Multiple Representations”, Cagliari 21-25 June 2016 | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    is currently the highest in the world at the same time as the notional countryside comes both to mimic the city and be re shaped by its dynamics sometimes referred to as a process of deagrarianisation These fundamental changes are stimulating a growing body of research and publication on the topic of newly emergent urban spaces More information and an application form can be found here PDF The 2016 Summer School is organized by the Centro di Studi Africani in Sardegna CSAS AEGIS Cagliari in collaboration with the AEGIS Centres of Roskilde Edinburgh Leipzig Leiden Napoli Vienna Lisbon and Copenhagen The aim of the Summer School is a to bring together advanced Ph D students and teaching staff from AEGIS Centres in order to exchange field and research experience b to improve the students ability to prepare and present their research in an international context and more specifically to serve as a feeder for ECAS 7 in Basel c to promote graduate training within AEGIS and stimulate African European interuniversity cooperation Application by African students based in African Universities is encouraged subsidies for the participation of a limited number of successful African applicants will be available on the basis of

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/news/aegis-summer-school-urban-africa-urban-africans-emergent-spaces-multiple-representations (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group Africa in the Indian Ocean | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    and collaboration between scholars in Europe Africa and Asia who are working on Africa in the Indian Ocean Members About us Aims of the CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean Internal organization Members Members will participate in our research and outreach activities organise and attend conferences and workshops and be listed as experts in our database Members will be kept informed through the crgafrica io mailing list to which they will be subscribed upon joining Join us To join CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean please send an e mail to preben at ruc dk stating your name title institutional affiliation and domains of expertise Upcoming events Publications A selection of papers from the thematic conference and follow up workshop held by the CRG at Roskilde in 2013 and 2014 on Pirates preachers and politics Security religion and networks along the African Indian Ocean coast have been published as a Special collection edited by Preben Kaarsholm Jeremy Prestholdt and Jatin Dua in the Journal of Eastern African Studies vol 9 no 3 August 2015 see http www tandfonline com toc rjea20 9 3 VnQNMHv1ev8 Past events Panel on Collective mobilisations in Africa and the Indian Ocean ECAS 5 6th European conference on African Studies Paris 8 10 July 2015 2nd International thematic conference on Fluid Networks and Hegemonic Powers in the Western Indian Ocean ISCTE IUL Lisbon 9 10 April 2015 Organizers Ian Walker Oxford University Manuel João Ramos ISCTE University Institute of Lisbon Preben Kaarsholm Roskilde University Date and place The 2nd Thematic Conference of the CRG AIO took place at ISCTE IUL Lisbon in 9th 10th April 2015 It brought together the CRG members and non CRG researchers working on Africa in the Indian Ocean and interested in bridging disciplinary and regional borders in this field of study

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-africa-indian-ocean (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group African Borderlands Research Network | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact us AEGIS Membership AEGIS Mailinglists ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean CRG African Borderlands Research Network CRG African History CRG African Politics and International Relations CRG Publishing Policy CRG Violent Conflict AEGIS Publications Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search Collaborative Research Group African Borderlands Research Network The African Borderlands Research Network ABORNE is an interdisciplinary network of currently ca 300 researchers and policy makers interested in all aspects of international borders and trans boundary phenomena in Africa The emphasis is largely on borderlands as physical spaces and social spheres but the network is also concerned with regional flows of people and goods as well as economic and social processes that may be located at some distance from the geographical border ABORNE was founded in 2007 From 2009 to 2014 ABORNE received network funding from the European Science Foundation The network became an AEGIS CRG group in 2014 Members A comprehensive list of ABORNE members is here http www aborne org members html Joining ABORNE Information on how to join ABORNE is here http www aborne org membership and fees html Online

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-african-borderlands-research-network (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group African History | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    schools Thematic groups CRG s CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean CRG African Borderlands Research Network CRG African History Aims Organization Members CRG African Politics and International Relations CRG Publishing Policy CRG Violent Conflict AEGIS Publications Download the AEGIS flyer for printing Search form Search Collaborative Research Group African History The aim of the Collaborative Research Group African History is to organise Africanist historians in Europe to enhance the visibility of African history within the larger field of African Studies and that of history in Europe and to promote the development of African history as a discipline within the larger domain of humanities and social sciences It is an explicit aim to enhance the profile of African History within AEGIS In order to reach any of these goals the membership participation in CRG AH is open to both institutional and individual membership participation of Africanist historians working within or outside AEGIS member institutes Contact crgafricanhistory at gmail com CRG African History Africa Studies Centre Leiden Institut für Asien und Afrikawissenschaften Humboldt Universität zu Berlin About us Aims of the CRG African History Internal Organization minutes and other boring but necessary stuff Interactive list of CRG African History current members Join

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-african-history (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group African Politics and International Relations | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    initiated in 2013 through a thematic conference which took place at Leuphana University Lüneburg Germany which was co hosted by AEGIS centres in Bordeaux Hamburg and Oxford The group was formally approved by the AEGIS board in 2014 Members of this CRG are interested in a variety of research domains related to the African continent including but not limited to the following democratization and democratic institutions nationalism nation and state building parties elections and political competition Africa in global politics global politics in Africa security and development interventions governance by state and non state actors regional integration Please consult the members list on these pages under construction to find more detailed information on people and topics that you can use to establish contact CRG Coordinators There is currently a team of three coordinators who are happy to reply to your questions and suggestions The team was set up at the ECAS 2015 in Paris We intend to formalize the election process at the next ECAS 2017 in Basel Sara Rich Dorman Lecturer in Politics School of Social and Political Science University of Edinburgh UK 44 0 131 650 4239 Jana Hönke Visiting Professor Centre for Conflict Studies Philipps University Marburg Germany 49 0 6421 28 24507 Alexander Stroh Assistant Professor of Political Science Institute of African Studies University of Bayreuth Germany 49 0 921 55 4185 E mail contact for all coordinators crgafricapoliticsir at gmail dot com Join the CRG The CRG is open to researchers interested in African politics and international relations Membership is free There is no requirement for members to be affiliated to an AEGIS centre If you would like to join the CRG please send your name position institutional affiliation and three to five keywords about your research domains to crgafricapoliticsir at gmail dot com You

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-african-politics-international-relations (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group Publishing Policy | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    Vienna Cagliari assoc member Catania assoc member Corinthe assoc member Free State affil member Hradec Králové assoc member New Delhi affil member Paris Urmis prob member Pilsen assoc member Why AEGIS Organisation and Board Contact us AEGIS Membership AEGIS Mailinglists ECAS conferences AEGIS thematic conferences Summer schools Thematic groups CRG s CRG Africa in the Indian Ocean CRG African Borderlands Research Network CRG African History CRG African Politics and International

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-publishing-policy (2016-02-16)
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  • Collaborative Research Group Violent Conflict | AEGIS - African studies in Europe
    network of scholars in Europe who focus on African conflicts and their aftermaths where conflict is organised violence but not necessarily armed warfare The CRG is a multidisciplinary network with a focus on a wide array of sub topic related to the micro and macro dynamics of violence conflict and post conflict settings This network serves to exchange but also to promote conflict studies within the broader field of African studies Contact crgviolentconflict gmail com CRG Violent Conflict Conflict Research Group Ghent Belgium About us Network of European Africanists interested in violent conflict and post conflict dynamics The principal objectives of the network To facilitate the exchange of information on scholarly debates on violent conflict in Africa projects events venues within Europe To enhance the visibility of this topical cluster within the European African Studies landscape and beyond and thereby to deepen AEGIS as a network To promote collaboration between relevant researchers within Europe and Africa In order to reach any of these goals the membership participation in CRG VC should be open to both institutional and individual membership participation of scholars within or outside AEGIS member institutes Coördination Karen Büscher Conflict Research Group Ghent University Belgium Koen Vlassenroot Conflict

    Original URL path: http://www.aegis-eu.org/thematic-groups/collaborative-research-group-violent-conflict (2016-02-16)
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