Journée d'étude : Quelle(s) catégorisation(s) pour les patrimonialisations “minoritaires” ? Enjeux épistémologiques (Lundi 28 novembre 2022)
Cette première journée d’étude se situe dans le cadre plus large d’une recherche sur les « Patrimonialisations "minoritaires" : enjeux épistémologiques, terrains et questions émergentes » (RESEAU LIEU, AMUP-ENSAS, SAGE-Université de Strasbourg, IFRA-Nigeria) (2022-2024).
IFRA-Nigeria organizes a talk with Chloë Mayoux, PhD Canditate from the Department of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, on the theme: “Negotiating Nuclear Narratives in Late Colonial Nigeria”. The event took place on Tuesday 16th August at 3pm (WAT, Lagos) on Zoom.
Her paper was discussed by Leye Komolafe, PhD Candidate from the Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan.
A special issue of the internationally renowned journal Politique Africaine adresses the theme "The Moral Landscapes of Drugs in Africa". Link to special issue (2021/3): https://www.cairn.info/revue-politique-africaine-2021-3.htm
Based on the papers of this issue, IFRA-Nigeria organised an online seminar on Wednesday 27 April from 4pm to 6pm (WAT, Lagos & UTC+1, London).
Research on drugs in Africa has struggled to rid itself of assumptions inherited from the colonial period and the global war on drugs launched in the 1980s. Existing research on drugs (cannabis, cocaine and opiates) is often commissioned by states and is part of a primarily political and security agenda. In the context of growing public debate on the legalisation of drugs, such as cannabis, in several African countries, as well as the continued predominance of prohibitionist discourses, this special issue is timely. Contributions to the special issue aim to challenge existing research on drugs and break with an approach that remains mostly focussed on security.
Mercredi 9 mars 2022 à 16h, l'IFRA-Nigeria a organisé séminaire de recherche en ligne sur le thème "Les statistiques coloniales et post-coloniales en Afrique de l'Ouest (XIXè-XXè siècles)" avec Béatrice Touchelay (Université de Lille, rattachée à l'Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion (IRHiS), UMR CNRS 8529 et détachée en 2021-2022 au laboratoire TELEMMe UMR CNRS 7303 Université Aix-Marseille). Elle était accueillie en séjour de recherche à Ibadan en février 2022.
Le séminaire a eu lieu sur Zoom, le 9 mars 2022 à 16h.
IFRA-Nigeria organized a talk with Deng Zheyuan, PhD Student from the Center for Global Islamic Studies, University of Florida, on the theme: “Ahmadiyya and the Aroloya Mosque Case in colonial Lagos”. The event took place on Tuesday 15th February at 4pm, in Drapers Hall in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan.
IFRA-Nigeria and the French Gender Institute organized an Online Research Seminar on the theme: "Reflections on Gender Studies in Nigeria. Issues, perspectives and debates".
This Online Seminar took place on Zoom, on February 10th, at 3pm.
Bernard Caron, Emeritus Research Director at LLACAN (UMR 8135, CNRS-INALCO-EPHE), posted at IFRA from 2017 to 2019, presented a seminar on language documentation on Thursday, November 18. It was a preview of the final website of the ANR project NaijaSynCor (A syntactic treebank, a parser and a wiktionary for Naija), which he directed from February 2017 to September 2021.
Nigeria Watch project is launching a monthly Online Research Seminar Series: "Hard Facts and Body Counts: Understanding Violence through the Nigeria Watch Database". The series will be the opportunity to analyse data retrieved from Nigeria Watch database, with a specific focus every month.
Registration: please fill this form.
On Tuesday 21st September, Abdulhafiz Wando (Phd candidate, History department, King's College London) presented his research on the history of NGOs in Borno. He focused on their perception by the inhabitants of the region (Drapers' Hall - Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan).
IFRA-Nigeria hosted in September-October 2021, the second session of our Online Research Seminar Series on West African History with 5 historians from the region:
Dr Edwige Zagre (Université Norbert Zongo, Burkina Faso)
Dr George Meyiri Bob-Milliar (KNUST-Kumasi, Ghana)
Tayo Agunbiade (Independent Researcher, Nigeria)
Dr Safiatou Diallo (CIRD, Guinea)
Dr Macham Mangut (University of Jos, Nigeria)