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TOC: Brazil-Africa Relations: Historical Dimensions and Contemporary Engagements, From the 1960s to the Present, ed., Gerhard Seibert and Paulo Fagundes Visentini

Gerhard Seibert and Paulo Fagundes Visentini, eds., Brazil-Africa Relations: Historical Dimensions and Contemporary Engagements, From the 1960s to the Present (Boydell and Brewer/James Currey, 2019)

 

Introduction - Gerhard Seibert

Query: Women's centers at Lusophone African universities

I have recently seen a list being compiled of all women's research centers and similar entities at African universities. It did not include any Lusophone centers.

I know about the Centro de Coordenacao dos Assuntos do Genero de Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, and the Mozambique branch of Women and Law in Southern Africa, but have not found other centers despite some searching. If anyone knows about other centers with or without a university connection, please let me know, and if possible include a link.

Obrigada!

Ann.: Histórias, Etnografias e Agências nas Guerras de Libertação em Angola, Moçambique e Guiné-Bissau, 23 de maio, Coimbra

Viver para além da guerra: Histórias, Etnografias e Agências nas Guerras de Libertação em Angola, Moçambique e Guiné-Bissau

Centro de Estucos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra

23 de maio de 2019, 09h00

Program available here,

Ann.: Translating Mia Couto, roundtable with David Brookshaw, May 21, 2019, Oxford

Translating Mia Couto

A roundtable discussion between Mozambique’s most acclaimed author, Mia Couto and the translator of his work into English, David Brookshaw, moderated by Phillip Rothwell, will take place at St Peter's College Chapel, Oxford at 4pm on 21 May 2019.

For further information, contact phillip.rothwell@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk

This is event is generously supported by the Instituto Camões, St Peter’s College, Oxford and the Sub-faculty of Portuguese, University of Oxford.

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