CIDRAL online events Spring 2021

by | Feb 3, 2021 | Events, Lectures, News | 0 comments

Lecture Series: Crises and Recoveries

Tuesday 23 February, 5-7pm: James Heartfield (Independent Researcher), ‘Covid-19 and the Medicalization of Social Life’

Tuesday 2 March, 5-7pm: Rian Thum (University of Manchester), ‘China’s Mass Internment of the Uyghurs and the Role of Scholarship’

Tuesday 16 March, 5-7pm: James Murphy (University of the West of England), ‘Historical Apologies: Legitimate Means to Recover from Crises?’

Tuesday 13 April, 5-7pm: Juliette Schaafsma et al. (Tilburg University), ‘Political Apologies Across Cultures’

Tuesday 4 May, 5-7pm: Andreas Malm (Lund University), on Climate Crisis and the Far Right (title t.b.c.)

Key Ideas Seminars

Wednesday 17 February, 2-4pm: Kevin Malone, ‘Climate Emergency Music, Art and Activism: Artivism’

Wednesday 10 March, 2-4pm: Natalie Zacek, ‘Afrofuturism’

Tuesday 23 March, 2-4pm: Amina Elbendary and Dalia Moustafa, ‘The Egyptian Coffee House’

Wednesday 14 April, 2-4pm: Anke Bernau, ‘Anthropocene’

Wednesday 5 May, 2-4pm: Alex Samely, ‘Merleau-Ponty, Embodiment and Neuroscience’

SALC Book Launch Tuesday 11 May, 5-7pm

If you are on the CIDRAL mailing list, you will be sent details of how to access these events via email. If you are not, and would like to attend individual events or be included on the list, please contact Sofy Lam:


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