Posts filed under ‘seminar’

Presentation/Talk: Blood and the Nation in Kenya after the Westgate Attack, Sept. 14 2016 @ BIEA

Westgate
Date: September 14, 2016
Venue: BIEA
Time: 11 am

Presentation by: John Harrington

September 9, 2016 at 11:18 am Leave a comment

Seminar: New explorations into South Sudanese museum collections in Europe, Apr. 14 2016 @ BIEA

New explorations into South Sudanese museum collections in Europe
Date: 14 April 2016
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road Kileleshwa Nairobi
Time: 11 am

April 7, 2016 at 2:39 pm Leave a comment

Of Miscalculations and Missed Opportunities: the TDA and the 2016 election in Uganda, Apr. 11 2016 @ BIEA

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Date: 11 April 2016
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road Kileleshwa Nairobi
Time: 2 pm

April 2, 2016 at 11:14 am 1 comment

Nairobi Annual Lecture: Sir Cecil Rhodes – the Makwerekwere with Missionary Zeal, Apr. 8 2016 @ BIEA

Sir Cecil Rhodes
Date: 8 April 2016
Time: 6 pm
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road Kileleshwa Nairobi
Entry: Free

March 31, 2016 at 7:24 pm Leave a comment

[Updated] Seminar: Seeing Dadaab – Emergence as Heritage by Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, Mar. 11 2016 @ BIEA

Dadaab Refugee
Date: March 7, 2016 March 11, 2016
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikipia Road Kileleshwa
Time: 11:00 am

March 5, 2016 at 3:06 pm Leave a comment

Event: Mobility Patterns and the Inception of Herding Economies in Kenya – Insights from Lake Turkana Basin, Dec. 8 2015 @ BIEA

Mobility Patterns
Mobility Patterns and the Inception of Herding Economies in Kenya: Insights from Lake Turkana Basin by Dr. Emmanuel K Ndiema.

Date: December 8, 2015
Venue: BIEA Seminar Room, Laikpia road, Kileleshwa
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

December 6, 2015 at 4:18 pm Leave a comment

State, Economy & Society: Reflections on Constitutions in Africa By Professor Yash Pal Ghai, Nov. 5 2015 @ BIEA

State of the Economy
Date: 5 November 2015
Venue: BIEA Seminar room, Laikipia road, Kileleshwa
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Since the beginning of colonialism in the early 19th century, African states have experienced a large number of constitutions, in both the colonial and post-independence periods. Each constitution has expressed the exigencies and expectations of the moment; some have been imposed, others the decisions of the people. If we regard the primary purpose of a constitution to promote constitutionalism, most constitutions have been failures. Using social science concepts of state, economy and society, Ghai explains the causes of the failure of constitutionalism…

November 2, 2015 at 11:13 am Leave a comment

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