Call for papers
New Peter Lang book series
Call for papers for a workshop led by Professor Catherine Hall
Applications are open for an award to support a conference, workshop, or symposium
Tessa Roynon took part in a discussion about Toni Morrison and Black British writers on BBC Woman's Hour
Member of TORCH research network, Race and Resistance, wins prize
She has won the prize for her book 'Dance Circles: Movement, Morality and Self-Fashioning in Urban Senegal'
A "Voices Across Borders" blog post by Erica Lombard
Reflections on the events commemorating the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X's visit to Oxford
A report from the Oxford/Ferguson Solidarity March
Cornelius Christian explains his research
A selection of photographs from the Leverhulme-funded project Planned Violence will be on display
A special postcolonial seminar with Professor Homi K. Bhabha
Speaker: Professor Catherine Hall.
An opportunity for everyone to give feedback, suggest ideas, or propose future events
Dr Nathaniel Coleman and Dr Michael McEachcrane lead a discussion
Speakers: Dr Nadia Atia (Queen Mary, University of London); Dr Claire Chambers (University of York); Dr Anna Bernard (King's College London). Chair: Daniele Nunziata (University of Oxford)
Tadiwa Madenga, Dalia Gebrial, and Brian Kwoba will share their perspectives and experience in regards to what decolonisation means in a context like Oxford.
Confronting the White Institution
Lloyd Pratt (Associate Professor of English, Oxford) will speak about his new book The Strangers Book
A roundtable discussion led by The Astor Lecturer 2016, Professor Barbara Savage
The Astor Lecture 2016
Speaker: Dr Kristy Warren. Chair: Dr Perry Gauci (University of Oxford)