Stephen Embleton named inaugural James Currey Fellow
The inaugural James Currey Fellowship, 2021/22 and residence in Oxford as Academic Visitor at the African Studies Centre, University of Oxford has been awarded to South African-British writer, Stephen Embleton.
Living for the City: Social Change and Knowledge Production in the Central African Copperbelt by Miles Larmer
Comparing the Copperbelt project Principal Investigator and ASC Director Miles Larmer's new monograph 'Living for the City: Social Change and Knowledge Production in the Central African Copperbelt' has recently been published by Cambridge University Press
Conference: Comparing the Copperbelt: Social history and knowledge production in Central Africa 18-19 June 2021
The conference, held in conjunction with Oxford’s African Studies Centre and Centre for Global History, represents the culmination of the project’s research and builds on workshops held in Kitwe in July 2018 and in Lubumbashi in July 2019