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This week we would like to point to two interrelated events concerned with
the current state of South Africa:
“South Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects” – an encounter with
Bantu Holomisa, MP (Link:
https://mail.unibas.ch/owa/redir.aspx?SURL=GVAIviaoq48R-w5I1NbWo5KMkcdDiLmsIPc7ZjNzMxU4vikndevSCGgAdAB0AHAAcwA6AC8ALwB6AGEAcwBiAC4AdQBuAGkAYgBhAHMALgBjAGgALwBlAHYAZQBuAHQAcwAvAGUAdgBlAG4AdAAtAGQAZQB0AGEAaQBsAHMALwBhAHIAdABpAGMAbABlAC8AcwBvAHUAdABoAC0AYQBmAHIAaQBjAGEALQB0AG8AZABhAHkALQBjAGgAYQBsAGwAZQBuAGcAZQBzAC0AYQBuAGQALQBwAHIAbwBzAHAAZQBjAHQAcwAtAGEAbgAtAGUAbgBjAG8AdQBuAHQAZQByAC0AdwBpAHQAaAAtAGIAYQBuAHQAdQAtAGgAbwBsAG8AbQBpAHMAYQAtAG0AcAAvAC8ALwByAGUAdAB1AHIAbgBUAG8ALwAxADEAOAA3ADMALwA.&URL=https%3a%2f%2fzasb.unibas.ch%2fevents%2fevent-details%2farticle%2fsouth-africa-today-challenges-and-prospects-an-encounter-with-bantu-holomisa-mp%2f%2f%2freturnTo%2f11873%2f
) (Monday 16.11.2015, 18:15) and the Conference: Migration and Xenophobia.
A comparative perspective on South Africa and Switzerland
(Link:
https://mail.unibas.ch/owa/redir.aspx?SURL=iVhRuugaP3WvaiclS7B0wK5cmFilS_iCeToLubq1lz04vikndevSCGgAdAB0AHAAcwA6AC8ALwB6AGEAcwBiAC4AdQBuAGkAYgBhAHMALgBjAGgALwBlAHYAZQBuAHQAcwAvAGUAdgBlAG4AdAAtAGQAZQB0AGEAaQBsAHMALwBiAHIAbwB3AHMAZQAvADIALwBhAHIAdABpAGMAbABlAC8AYwBvAG4AZgBlAHIAZQBuAGMAZQAtAG0AaQBnAHIAYQB0AGkAbwBuAC0AYQBuAGQALQB4AGUAbgBvAHAAaABvAGIAaQBhAC0AYQAtAGMAbwBtAHAAYQByAGEAdABpAHYAZQAtAHAAZQByAHMAcABlAGMAdABpAHYAZQAtAG8AbgAtAHMAbwB1AHQAaAAtAGEAZgByAGkAYwBhAC0AYQBuAGQALQBzAHcAaQB0AHoAZQByAGwAYQBuAGQALwAvAC8AcgBlAHQAdQByAG4AVABvAC8AMQAxADkAMAA2AC8A&URL=https%3a%2f%2fzasb.unibas.ch%2fevents%2fevent-details%2fbrowse%2f2%2farticle%2fconference-migration-and-xenophobia-a-comparative-perspective-on-south-africa-and-switzerland%2f%2f%2freturnTo%2f11906%2f
) (27.11.2015 to 28.11.2015).
Furthermore we would like to invite colleagues, students and alumni, as
well as the general public to the valedictory lecture of our dear
colleague Prof Peter Nagel with the title „Von Käfern und Menschen“
Perspektiven der Biogeographie (Link:
https://mail.unibas.ch/owa/redir.aspx?SURL=VWhaISHUYzBzpDUpqnI3s6LblWBU0tpRTm8ldOkzFKY4vikndevSCGgAdAB0AHAAcwA6AC8ALwB6AGEAcwBiAC4AdQBuAGkAYgBhAHMALgBjAGgALwBlAHYAZQBuAHQAcwAvAGUAdgBlAG4AdAAtAGQAZQB0AGEAaQBsAHMALwBhAHIAdABpAGMAbABlAC8AYQBiAHMAYwBoAGkAZQBkAHMAdgBvAHIAbABlAHMAdQBuAGcAdgBhAGwAZQBkAGkAYwB0AG8AcgB5AC0AbABlAGMAdAB1AHIAZQAtAHAAcgBvAGYALQBkAHIALQBwAGUAdABlAHIALQBuAGEAZwBlAGwALQB2AG8AbgAtAGsAYQBlAGYAZQByAG4ALQB1AG4AZAAtAG0AZQBuAHMAYwBoAGUAbgAtAHAAZQByAHMAcABlAGsALwAvAC8AcgBlAHQAdQByAG4AVABvAC8AMQAxADkAMAA2AC8A&URL=https%3a%2f%2fzasb.unibas.ch%2fevents%2fevent-details%2farticle%2fabschiedsvorlesungvaledictory-lecture-prof-dr-peter-nagel-von-kaefern-und-menschen-perspek%2f%2f%2freturnTo%2f11906%2f
) on Tuesday 17.11.2015 at 16:15.

Diese Woche möchten wir besonders auf zwei Veranstaltungen zur aktuellen
Situation in Südafrika hinweisen:
“South Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects” – an encounter with
Bantu Holomisa, MP (Link:
Link
) (Montag 16.11.2015, 18:15) und die Tagung: Migration and Xenophobia. A
comparative perspective on South Africa and Switzerland (Link:
Link
) (27.11.2015 und 28.11.2015).
Zudem möchten wir Kollegen, Studierende und Alumni herzlich zur
Abschiedsvorlesung „Von Käfern und Menschen“ Perspektiven der
Biogeographie (Link:
Link
) unseres Kollegen Prof. Peter Nagel hinweisen (Dienstag 17.11.2015, 16:15
Uhr).
Tagung: Macht, Ohnmacht und Gegenmacht. Gegen Armut und Ausgrenzung
Fünf Inputs zu den Kürzungen in der Sozialhilfe aus Sichten der
Soziologie, Politikwissenschaften, der Beratung, der zukünftigen
Sozialarbeitenden und der Direktbetroffenheit, der Armutsbetroffenheit.
Mit: Ueli Mäder, Peter Streckeisen, Avji Sirmoglu, Branka Goldstein.
Datum: 14.11.2015
Zeit: 13 - 18h
Ort: Universität Basel, Petersplatz 1 / Hörsaal 118, 1. Stock
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Download: Programm (pdf)
(Link:
Link
)
Madagaskartag in Münchenstein
Das Madagaskarhaus PRIORI lädt ein zum Madagaskartag 2015 in Münchenstein
mit Vorträgen und Informationen zu Aktivitäten von PRIORI und anderen
Projekten in Madagaskar.
Datum: 14.11.2015
Uhrzeit: 10 - 17h
Ort: Heilpädagogische Schule Münchenstein
Download: Programm (pdf)
(Link:
Link
)
Konzert: Baba Commandant & The Mandingo Band (Burkina Faso / Sublime
Frequencies)
Live concert by Baba Commandant & The Mandingo Band (Burkina Faso / Sublime
Frequencies) and Support by Konzeptlos & DJ Pun
Date: 15.11.2015
Time: doors: 20h, concert: 21 h
Venue: Kaschemme Bar/Klub, Lehenmattstr. 353, 4052 Basel
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Donwload: Flyer (Link:
Link)
“South Africa Today: Challenges and Prospects” – an encounter with
Bantu Holomisa, MP
The Centre for African Studies Basel invites you for a discussion with
the South African politician Bantu Holomisa.
Date: 16.11.2015
Time: 18:15h
Venue: Basler Afrika Bibliographien (BAB), Klosterberg 23, Basel
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Abschiedsvorlesung/Valedictory lecture Prof. Dr. Peter Nagel: „Von
Käfern und Menschen“ Perspektiven der Biogeographie
Our colleague Prof Peter Nagel (Biogeography) founding member and stout
supporter of the Centre for African Studies is retiring this year. You are
cordially invited to attend his valedictory lecture "Von Käfern und
Menschen" Perspektiven der Biogeographie ("Of Bugs and Men". Perspectives
in Biogeography), followed by a reception.
Datum/Date: 17.11.2015
Uhrzeit/Time: 16:15h
Ort/Venue: Alte Aula (Naturhistorisches Museum), Augustinergasse 2
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Surafel Kumsa (The Graduate Institute Geneva): The World Bank’s Rural
Development Intervention in Ethiopia: Some Preliminary Notes on Sources
and Methods
Lecture by Surafel Kumsa (The Graduate Institute Geneva) within the
Research Seminar in African History.
Date: 17.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Departement Geschichte, Hirschgässlein 21, Seminarraum 2
Download: Flyer (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Weitere Informationen/Further information: Link
(Link:
Link
)
Vortrag: Laura Weidmann: Namibia's Traditional Authorities between Local
Power Paradigms and Decentralized Land Administration
Laura Weidmann, (Human Geography, Department of Geosciences, University of
Fribourg) within the Research Colloquium of the Autumn Semester 2015:
NAMIBIAN AND SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES
Date: 18.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Basler Afrika Bibliographien, Klosterberg 23, 4051 Basel
Download: Programme (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Silke Oldenburg: “La otra Cartagena” – Kulturerbe, Gentrifizierung
und soziale Exklusion
Presentation by Silke Oldenburg (Universität Basel) within the Colloquium
of the Institute of Social Anthropology
Date: 18.11.2015
Time: 16:15 - 18h
Venue: at the Institute of Social Anthropology, Münsterplatz 19, 4051
Basel
Download: Programme of the Colloquium (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Further information: Link(Link:
Link
)
Annika Raapke: ‹On danse, et avec fureur!› Europäische Körper
zwischen Vorsicht und Exzess in den französischen Karibikkolonien des 18.
Jahrhunderts
Lecture by Annika Raapke (Universität Oldenburg): ‹On danse, et avec
fureur!› Europäische Körper zwischen Vorsicht und Exzess in den
französischen Karibikkolonien des 18. Jahrhunderts within the Transversal
Research Seminar and the Research Seminar in African History.
Date: 18.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Departement Geschichte, Hirschgässlein 21, Seminarraum 1
Download: Flyer (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Dagmar Konrad: "Lost in Transition" - Missionary Children of the Basel
Mission in 19th Century
The lecture is part of Prof. Andreas Heuser’s series of public lectures
on “Basel Mission History (1815-2015) – Controversies, Actors and
Global Micro-Spaces”.
Date: 19.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Kollegiengebäude, Nr. 120, Universität Basel
Download: Programme (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Reisebericht: Studienreise Zimbabwe, fepa
Am 19. November wird die Reisegruppe von ihrem Abenteuer mit Wort und Bild
berichten.
Datum: 19.11.2015
Uhrzeit: 19:30h
Ort: Gundeldingerfeld, Siloturm, Dornacherstrasse 192, Basel
Download: Flyer (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Info: Link(Link: Link
)
Weitere Informationen: Link
(Link: Link)
Johannes Kreienbaum: An Attractive Approach? Why did Colonial Concentration
Policies Become Widespread around 1900?
Jonas Kreienbaum (Historical Institute, University of Rostock) within the
Research Colloquium of the Autumn Semester 2015: NAMIBIAN AND SOUTHERN
AFRICAN STUDIES
Date: 25.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Basler Afrika Bibliographien, Klosterberg 23, 4051 Basel
Download: Programme (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Fiona Siegenthaler: Art and social space: Exploring the art scene in
Kampala
Presentation by Fiona Siegenthaler within the Colloquium of the Institute
of Social Anthropology
Date: 25.11.2015
Time: 16:15 - 18h
Venue: at the Institute of Social Anthropology, Münsterplatz 19, 4051
Basel
Download: Programme of the Colloquium (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Mercy Amba Oduyoye (Ghana): A Profile of Contemporary Christianity in
Africa
The lecture is part of Prof. Andreas Heuser’s series of public lectures
on “Basel Mission History (1815-2015) – Controversies, Actors and
Global Micro-Spaces”.
Date: 26.11.2015
Time: 18:15 - 20h
Venue: Kollegiengebäude, Nr. 120, Universität Basel
Download: Programme (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Sidney Chalhoub (Harvard University) Slavery and Freedom in the Nineteenth
Century
Lecture by Sidney Chalhoub (Harvard University) within the Transversal
Research Seminar and the Research Seminar in African History.
Date/Datum: 26 November 2015
Time/Uhrzeit: 18:15 - 20h
Venue/Ort: Departement Geschichte, Hirschgässlein 21, Seminarraum 1
Download: Flyer (pdf) (Link:
Link
)
Weitere Informationen/Further information: Link
(Link:
Link
)
Conference: Migration and Xenophobia. A comparative perspective on South
Africa and Switzerland
Co-organised by KEESA, ZASB and Solifonds
Date: 27.11.2015 - 28.11.2015
Venue: Basler Afrika Bibliographien, Klosterberg 23, Basel
Registration: By email before 20 November to afrika-tagung@unibas.ch
(Link: afrika-tagung@unibas.ch )or KEESA, Postfach 195, 4005
Basel, Tel. +41 061 681 80 84 (fepa)
Fees: CHF 50.–/CHF 25.– (Students), to be transferred before 20
November. Lunch is not included in the fee.
Info: Link(Link:
Link
)
Downloads: Flyer (pdf) (Link:
Link
) in German Afrika-Bulletin No. 159 (pdf) (Link:
Link
) focuses on the conference theme and is recommended as preparatory
reading.


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