Monthly Archives: April 2011
The history of anatomy is a blossoming area of research, stimulating the interactions between scholars with different approaches, from medical to social historians and from anthropologists to art historians. Bringing together scholars with a wide range of expertise, this workshop takes stock of recent developments in the field and charts future avenues of investigation. Continue reading
A one-day seminar exploring current approaches to working with material culture. Proposals for 20 minute discussion papers, drawing on current research, that address questions of method and theory in relation to the study of material culture in the humanities, are invited by Friday 29 April 2011.
Historical revisionism is equally appealing to state and non-state actors during periods of intense socio-political change, especially following civil conflict, when the need for unification is paramount. This applies to Kenya as it struggles to come to terms with the post-electoral crisis of 2007/08.