The African Studies Centre will formally inaugurate its International Advisory Board (IAB) on 12 October, 2018.
African Studies Centre
African Studies Centre and Oxford University Africa Society (AfriSoc) invite you to the public lecture by Alhaji (Dr) Muhammadu Indimi OFR:
My Life & Personal Experiences in Addressing the Challenges of Building Business Enterprise in Africa
I moved to the African Studies Centre in 2017 from a post at the Faculty of History. My current role is a joint appointment with the Faculty of History. I studied at Cambridge and Birkbeck, University of London; and previously have taught at Leeds Beckett University, King’s College London, and the London School of Economics. My research focuses on histories of decolonisation and development in West Africa, and I have particular interests in cultural and urban history.
You can download the new MSc in African Studies leaflet here.
I joined the Centre in September 2018 as a Departmental Lecturer in African Studies. I have just finished a three-year Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship based in the Faculty of Law at University of Oxford. Previously I was a Development Career Lecturer and the Oxford Transitional Justice Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Oxford’s Centre for Criminology. I obtained my PhD in peace and conflict studies from the University of Marburg in Germany where I worked as a research fellow before coming to Oxford in 2013.
I joined the African Studies Centre in September 2018. I am responsible for all non-teaching aspects of the centre (course administration, finance and buildings responsibility and event management).