Reminder AND DEADLINE CHANGE: African Critical Inquiry Programme Call For Proposals to Organise a Workshop

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REMINDER AND DEADLINE CHANGE:
AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
TO ORGANISE A WORKSHOP

To accommodate COVID-19 circumstances, the application
deadline has been extended by two months.

NEW Closing Date: Friday 1 May 2020 Wednesday 1 July 2020

Reminder and Deadline extension -- African Critical Inquiry Program Call for Applications: Ivan Karp Doctoral Research Awards

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REMINDER AND DEADLINE CHANGE:
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME
IVAN KARP DOCTORAL RESEARCH AWARDS
FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SOUTH AFRICAN Ph.D. PROGRAMMES

Announcing the 2018 African Critical Inquiry Programme Workshop: Missing and Missed

    The African Critical Inquiry Programme (ACIP) is pleased to announce that the 2018 ACIP workshop will be Missing and Missed: The Subject, Politics and Memorialisation of South Africa’s Colonial and Apartheid Dead. The project was proposed and will be organized by colleagues at the University of the Western Cape, Nicky Rousseau (Senior Lecturer, Department of History) and Ciraj Rassool (Associate Professor, Department of History and Director of the African Programme in Museum and Heritage Studies).

Re: The Economic Origins of American Liberties

Mr. Rosenfeld’s emphasis on economic considerations as *the* root cause of the American Revolution and of American liberties is too simplistic and misplaced.  Perhaps we can concede that economic considerations were a key cause, but, as Frederick Jackson Turner warned his graduate students, “There is no one cause for anything in history.”

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