Week beginning Monday 04 October 2021
- Standard Bank Climate Summit: Africa's Journey to Net-Zero
Connecting industry, government and some of Africa’s leading policymakers to shape a coordinated African ‘voice’ on climate change.
- Extralegal Sex/Gender: Transness, Surveillance and the Police Violence in Turkey
Aslı Zengin, Rutgers University
- Gudrun Buhnemann
- Midnight's Borders: A People's History of Modern India
- Qutub Shahi Necropolis: Discovery & Conservation
Ratish Nanda (Conservation Architect & India CEO for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture)
- The Allied Occupation of Japan, Religious Freedom, and Japanese Public Schools
Jolyon Baraka Thomas (University of Pennsylvania)
The Japan Research Centre Meiji Jingu Autumn Lecture is sponsored through the generosity of the Meiji Jingu-Intercultural Research Institute.
- Decolonising Curating and the Museum in Southeast Asia
This lecture series will explore what it means to decolonise the museum and curatorial practice in a Southeast Asian context. The speakers cover a range of topics, including the display of Buddhist and Hindu sculpture, ethnographic and colonial collections, curating contemporary art, and the use and exhibition of Southeast Asian material in western museums.
- What does decolonial curatorial practice look like in a Global and Southeast Asian context?
Stephen A. Murphy (Pratapaditya Pal Senior Lecturer in Curating and Museology of Asian Art, SOAS)
This event is part of the Decolonising Curating and the Museum in Southeast Asia lecture series (1 of 6).
- Artists' talk series - Fathi Hassan in Conversation with Najlaa El-Ageli
The event is a conversation, in Arabic with simultaneous translation, between the Artist Fathi Hassan and curator Najlaa El-Ageli about Fathi’s practice over three decades and across various localities in North Africa and Europe.
- Can Artificial Intelligence eradicate digital racism?
Professor Eugenia Siapera, University College Dublin