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Seminars and Conferences

DS Seminar | Seeking Gendered Perspectives

11 May / 13 May from 10:00 to 00:00
Anfiteatro 1 (Ed. Quelhas)

Jeanne Penvenne  – a History (History of Africa) professor at Tufts University, EUA – is the guest keynote speaker for three events as part of the  Lisbon Lectures in African History, an initiative that is being coordinated by CEsA, and supported by FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e para a Tecnologia, and by FLAD – Fundação Luso-Americana, as well as the PLOTINA programme (European Union). 

She will be speaking on the 11 to 13 May on the " Spring Module "Seeking Gendered Perspectives" , which is part of the programme of the 26 th Edition of Development Studies Seminars taking place at ISEG/ULisboa. 

On the 18 May, she will give a lecture on   " Writing Mozambican History 1975-2017" , as part of the “Marks of the Empoire” seminar cycle, which is organised by IHC/FCSH-UNL. Also, she will open the International Congress on "Politics and Culture in the Imperila Press", on the 22 May (10.00), with a lecture on " Portuguese Colonial-Era Newspapers and Periodicals: Silences, Fragments and False Firmaments". 

Poster (pdf)