Posters

The following posters will be put on display:

Morenikeji Adisa (Universität Bayreuth)
Women and Marriage: An Exploration of Changes in Marital Relations in South-West Nigeria, c. 1900 to 1965

Adeyemi Balogun (Universität Bayreuth)
Being a “Good Muslim”: A Study in Identity and Culture of Yoruba Muslim Youth, 1954-2004

Dorothee Boulanger (King’s College London)
Fiction for historians? Novels, writers and Angola’s postcolonial history

Hanza Diman (Universität Bayreuth)
Wood for the kitchen: towards a history of the supply and use of fuelwood in urban households of West Africa: The case of Lomé (from 1884 to the present)

Florens Eckert (Universität Bayreuth)
A closer look on migration and mobility in West Africa – Biographical accounts of people on the move from the late 19th century to independence

Leonor Faber-Jonker (ASC Leiden)
‘More than just an object’: a material analysis of the return and retention of Namibian skulls from Germany

Aychegrew Hadera Hailu (Universität Bayreuth)
Towards a History of NGOs in Ethiopia since the 1960s

Frank Hadler (GWZO Leipzig)
(mit Uwe Müller und Stefan Troebst, GWZO Leipzig)
Ost-Süd-Beziehungen im globalen Kalten Krieg: Wirtschaftliche Aktivitäten und regionalwissenschaftliche Interessen ostmitteleuropäischer RGW-Länder in Afrika

Adam Jones & Geert Castryck (Universität Leipzig)
Das „Berliner Afrika“ als Rahmen für afro-europäische Verflechtungsgeschichten und Raumordnungen

Rouven Kunstmann (University of Oxford)
The Political Press in Southern Ghana and Southern Nigeria: Nationalism, Visuality and Professionalisation, c. 1937 to 1966

Steffen Runkel (Leibniz Universität Hannover)
African initiatives for abolition on the Gold Coast, 1841-1897: the attitude of local protagonists to slavery and slave trade
(„Afrikanische Initiativen zur Abolition an der Goldküste, 1841-1897: Die Einstellung lokaler Akteure zu Sklaverei und Sklavenhandel“).

Essoham Solitoke (Universität Bayreuth)
L’usage des mémoires dans les discours et pratiques de légitimation: Le cas de l’autorité locale chez les Lokpa du Nord-Dahomey ∕ Bénin et Togo, 1898-2010

Achim von Oppen (Universität Bayreuth)
(with Susanne Lachenicht, Christine Whyte, Annalisa Urbano and Konstantin Katsakioris, Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies, University of Bayreuth)
Narratives of the Future in Modern African History

Tizian Zumthurm (Universität Bern)
Medical practice and international networks: Albert Schweitzer’s Hospital in Lambarene, 1913-1965

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