LACET Virtual Seminar

The French-speaking LACET Virtual Seminar is a space for the development of social sciences and the humanities, particulary to promote a comparative, engaged and transnational anthropology in Africa or in relation to African questions. It is open to LACET members as well as to other researchers and students interested in the seminar. The seminar is a set up with video conference between three class-rooms (Uppsala, Ouagadougou, and Bamako). It is furthermore supported by a web-based platform for pedagogical development.

The first LACET Virtual Seminar took place on 17 March 2020 on the theme TOWARDS A COMPARATIVE, ENGAGED AND TRANSNATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Read about the Virtual Seminar in French here

The second LACET Virtual Seminar took place on 26 May 2020 on the theme ETHNOGRAPHIES OF (IN)SECURITIES.

The third LACET Virtual Seminar took place on 25 August 2020 on the theme ALTERNANCE PAR LA RUE?

A LACET Seminar IRL took place at the Institut des Sciences Humaines in Bamako on 16 Sept 2020 on the theme POUVOIRS DES URNES, DE LA RUE ET DE LA CASERNE.

A Book Presentation took place ON 10 Nov. 2020 in Bobo-Dioulasso on the theme SÉCURITÉ PAR LE BAS: PERCEPTIONS ET PERSPECTIVES CITOYENNES DES DEFIS DE SÉCURITÉ AU BURKINA FASO.

A Webinar was co-hosted by the Forum for Africa Studies and the Mande Studies Association on 28 January 2021 on WEST AFRICAN DYNAMICS.

The fourth LACET Virtual Seminar will take place on 9 March 2021 on the theme CASSER LE PLAFOND DE VERRE?

 

 

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The LACET Virtual Seminar on 25 August focused on ALTERNANCE PAR LA RUE?, by particularly focusing on the current situation in Mali. Participants came from Burkina Faso, Belgium, Côte d'Ivoire, Italy, Mali, and Sweden.

 

The LACET Virtual Seminar on 26 May 2020 focused "Ethnographies des (in)sécurités". Twenty-five participants attended the zoom-seminar.

 

Launching of the LACET Virtual Seminar - the Malian contingent.

 

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Launching of the LACET Virtual Seminar on 17 March 2020