Bárbaro Martínez-Ruiz

Leverhulme Distinguished Professor

Martinez-Ruiz earned his B.A from the University of Havana in 1994 and his Ph.D. from Yale University in 2004. He is an Art Historian with expertise in African and Caribbean artistic, visual and religious practices, whose work challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries and examines the varied understandings of – and engagement with – ‘art’ and ‘visual culture’.

Miles Tendi

Associate Professor in African Politics

I joined the African Studies Centre in 2017-18. My post is a joint appointment with the Department of Politics and International Relations. I held a Departmental Lectureship in the Oxford Department of International Development (QEH) from 2011 to 2017, before transferring to African Studies.

 

Katharina Oke

Departmental Lecturer in African History

I joined the African Studies Centre in September 2017. I teach African History at the Centre and the History Faculty. My current research focusses on newspapers, the public sphere, and political mobilization in colonial Lagos (ca. 1890-1940). Before coming to Oxford, I studied Journalism and African Studies in Vienna.

African Studies Seminar: Taken for a Ride: Grounding Neoliberalism, Precarious Labour and Public Transport in an African Metropolis

Taken for a Ride
Thursday, 30 November, 2017 - 17:00
Pavilion Room, St Antony's College

Book launch:  Taken for a Ride: Grounding Neoliberalism, Precarious Labour, and Public Transport in an African Metropolis. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Matteo Rizzo, SOAS, Department of Development Studies.

 

Speaker(s): 
Matteo Rizzo (SOAS)

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