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1 Medical advice and negotiations of medical authority in Nigerian HIV consultations AfOx Visiting Fellow, Dr Eniola Boluwaduro delivered this talk at All Souls College. Using the methodology of conservation analysis, Eniola examined the way in which doctors negotiate medical authority with patients during HIV consultations in Nigeria. Eniola Boluwaduro 16 Aug 2019
2 OxPeace 2019: Peace in the Anthropocene: Human fatalities and the question of sustainability in Nigeria's ranching schemes Oluwasolape Onafowora presents 'Human fatalities and the question of sustainability in Nigeria's ranching schemes' at the 2019 OxPeace conference. Oluwasolape Onafowora 08 Jul 2019
3 Militant masks: youth and insecurity in the Niger Delta David Pratten, the University of Oxford, presented the Anthropology Departmental Seminar on 9 November 2018 David Pratten 31 Jan 2019
4 When We Speak of Nothing (book launch and discussion) ASC seminar by Olumide Popoola and Bibi Bakare-Yusuf. Olumide Popoola, Bibi Bakare-Yusuf, Oliver Owen 30 Nov 2018
5 Burma Boys: World War II, memory and popular culture in central Nigeria ASC seminar by Oliver Owen (Oxford) Oliver Owen 16 Nov 2018
6 Gender, Spectacle and Nation-making in Post-WWII Nigeria ASC seminar by Judith Byfield (Cornell University). judith byfield 26 Oct 2018
7 IAB Inauguration and Lecture by Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Prof Yemi Osinbajo inaugurates the ASC's new International Advisory Board with a lecture on 'The Challenges of Human Development in 21st Century Africa'. yemi osinbajo 26 Oct 2018
8 FMR 53 - Local action to protect communities in Nigeria Collaborative, creative initiatives in Nigeria helped protect local communities from much of the impact of Boko Haram violence. When international agencies arrived, however, they ignored these efforts. Margee Ensign 12 Oct 2016
9 FMR 52 General - What’s going on in Nigeria? Huge numbers of people in Nigeria’s north-east have been affected by poverty, environmental degradation and Boko Haram violence. Toby Lanzer 11 Jul 2016
10 Creative Commons Learning how to feel: Spiritual knowledge and emotionally-based narratives of social transformation amongst Nigerian and Congolese pastors in diaspora IMI Trinity term Visiting Fellow Rafael Cazarin gives an exceptional seminar on narratives of social transformation amongst Nigerian and Congolese pastors in diaspora Rafael Cazarin 26 Jun 2015
11 Creative Commons THEMIS: The influence of networks in the migration decisions of Kenyan and Nigerian women bound for the United Kingdom Linda Oucho presents her paper 'The influence of networks in the migration decisions of Kenyan and Nigerian women bound for the UK' in Parallel session IV(E) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Linda Oucho 23 Jan 2014
12 Creative Commons What are friends for? Friendship and Public life in the post colony: African Studies Centre Annual Lecture 2013 Wale Adebanwi, Associate Professor, African American and African Studies, University of California-Davies, gives the 2013 African Studies Annual Lecture. Wale Adebanwi 13 Aug 2013
13 Creative Commons Boko Haram: A Threat To The US Homeland? Dr Jonathan Hill, Senior Lecturer, Defence Studies Department, King's College, gives a talk on Boko Haram, the latest developments in Nigeria, and their implications for US security. Jonathan Hill 07 Jun 2013
14 ORENGA Special Lecture - Fashola's Lagos: the man, the method, the megacity Babatunde Fashola, Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria, gives a special lecture for the African Studies Centre. Babatunde Fashola 27 Oct 2011
15 Creative Commons Celebrating Gavin Williams: The politics of oil and identity in Nigeria: A political economy of ethnic nationalism Kathryn Nwajiaku, Oxford, gives a talk on The politics of Oil and Ethnic Nationalism in Nigeria's Niger Delta as part of the Nigeria Economy and Society section of the Celebrating Gavin Williams Conference. Kathryn Nwajiaku 23 Aug 2011