African Studies Center - TUFS will hold the 37th ASC Seminar. The seminar provides an academic arena for discussing the state-society relationship in three African countries. Three Ph.D. students of the PCS (Peace and Conflict Studies) course at TUFS will deliver results of their recent researches including fieldworks in Africa. Each presenter will have a 15 minutes talk and 15 minutes discussion time.
◆Theme: PhD Students' Workshop "Political Regime and Societal Responses in Africa"
◆Date & Time: Friday, June 28, 2019 5:40 - 7:10 pm
◆Venue: Room 322, Research and Lecture Bldg., Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
5:40 - 6:10 Ian Karusigarira
"Memory of War: Victimhood as a Regime Survival Card in Uganda's Revolutionary Politics"
6:10 - 6:40 Emmanuel Vincent Nelson Kallon
"Ethnoregional-Neopatrimonialism and the Challenge to Post Conflict Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone"
6:40 - 7:10 Maïsha Tunzine
"Land Grabs and Land Titling in Mozambique: Security Tenure for Whom?"
*Click each title for the abstracts.
◆No pre-registration is needed.