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July 2022

‘How not to think like a state: non-exclusion as the basis of political community’ – An MMB PGR workshop with Nandita Sharma

Tuesday 12 July at 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Verdon Smith Room,
Royal Fort House
Bristol, Bristol BS8 1UH United Kingdom
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Ten places are available for this exclusive workshop with activist scholar Professor Nandita Sharma, hosted by MMB during her Bristol Benjamin Meaker Distinguished Visiting Professorship. Postgraduates at all stages of their PhD are invited to explore and debate ways of thinking outside the nation state with Nandita, whose work addresses the production of categories of Native and Migrant, the national form of state power, ideologies of racism, and nationalism and autochthony. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own…

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‘African Apocalypse’ (2020) – Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Saturday 16 July at 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Arnolfini,
16 Narrow Quay
Bristol, BS1 4QA United Kingdom
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A film by Rob Lemkin, featuring Femi Nylander. Music by Tunde Jegede and Sunara Begum. UK Premiere of the Hausa dub (with English subtitles).   ‘A people’s history of colonialism in the form of an epic journey.’   British Nigerian activist Femi Nylander brings attention to the forgotten victims of colonial atrocity in a new film, ‘African Apocalypse’, from award-winning director Rob Lemkin. Armed with a copy of Joseph Conrad’s controversial classic Heart of Darkness (1899), Nylander goes in search…

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