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1 Intimate Rites: Ancestors and Queer Kinship in Zimbabwe Raffaela Taylor-Seymourn examines the engagements with ancestral spirits among young queer Zimbabweans Raffaela Taylor-Seymourn, Peyton Cherry 02 Oct 2023
2 Simukai Chigudu and the Political Life of Epidemics Dr Simukai Chigudu (Oxford) and Dr Erica Charters discuss the Zimbabwe cholera epidemic and the politics of epidemics. Erica Charters, Simukai Chigudu 08 Oct 2021
3 Book at Lunchtime: The Political Life of an Epidemic – Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship in Zimbabwe TORCH Book at Lunchtime webinar on The Political Life of an Epidemic – Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship in Zimbabwe written by Professor Simukai Chigudu. Simukai Chigudu, Sloan Mahone, Jon Schubert, Wes Williams 04 Feb 2021
4 SADC and the Zimbabwe Crisis Breakout session on 'The Role of International and Regional Organizations in Peacemaking, Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping’, first talk: Miles Tendi, D.Phil. candidate, Dept of Overseas Development, Oxford University. Miles Tendi 15 Jan 2021
5 Panel 3: How do Local Memories and Grassroots Mnemonic Actors Challenge National Grand Narratives? Andreza de Souza Santos, Graham Dawson and Jocelyn Alexander give presentations the third panel. Chaired by Kathrin Bachleitner. Andreza de Souza Santos, Graham Dawson, Jocelyn Alexander, Kathrin Bachleitner 05 Jun 2020
6 The political life of an Epidemic: Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship Simukai Chigudu launches his book, 'The political life of an Epidemic: Cholera, Crisis and Citizenship'. He explains the cholera epidemic, the response to it in Zimbabwe and from the world and life after the epidemic, remembering the epidemic Simukai Chigudu 24 Feb 2020
7 Creative Commons The Salvation Agenda: The Politics of Medical Humanitarianism During Zimbabwe's Cholera Outbreak 2008/09 In this New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Simukai Chigudu examines the humanitarian politics of responding to the most catastrophic cholera outbreak in African history. Simukai Chigudu 12 Feb 2019
8 Creative Commons Survival migration: failed governance and the crisis of displacement Public Seminar Series, Michaelmas term 2013. Seminar by Dr Alexander Betts (University of Oxford) recorded on 16 October 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Alexander Betts 25 Oct 2013
9 Re-making the dead, uncertainty and the torque of human materials in northern Zimbabwe This Anthropology Departmental Seminar (8 February 2013) by Joost Fontein from the Department of Social Anthropology at Edinburgh focuses on northern Zimbabwe fieldwork and research. Joost Fontein 18 Apr 2013
10 Creative Commons Zimbabwe's Fast Track Land Reform: Politics, Production and Accumulation Phillan Zamchiya (International Development/St Antonys), gives a talk for the African Studies Seminar Series. Phillan Zamchiya 18 Nov 2011
11 Creative Commons The Ecology of Conflict: Human-Wildlife Conflict on the Hwange National Park Boundary, Zimbabwe' Andrew Loveridge (Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Zoology) gives a talk for the St John's College Colloquium on Environmental Conflict and its Resolution (joint event with Oxpeace and Human Sciences). Andrew Loveridge 31 Oct 2011
12 Creative Commons Regional courts as a substitute for the domestic rule of law: The Campbell case before the SADC Tribunal Erika de Wet (University of Pretoria) delivers a lecture concerning Mike Campbell and the land reform program in Zimbabwe. Delivered as part of the Anglo-­German 'State of the State' Fellowship Programme. Erika de Wet 15 Jun 2011
13 The Consequences of Violent Politics in Zimbabwe: Norton in 2009 Jocelyn alexander gives a talk for the Hilary Term 2011 Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series on the 16th February 2011. Jocelyn Alexander 21 Feb 2011
14 Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture 2009 : Beyond Blankets: in search of political deals and durable solutions for the displaced This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture which was on Wednesday 18th November 2009 at the Museum of Natural History, University of Oxford. Jan Egeland 27 Nov 2009