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Challenging the Government of the Living: The Cult of Confession and Bodily, Material Resistance – Professor Ulrike Auga

Professor Auga’s inaugural lecture and IDAHOT lecture at Canterbury Christ Church University on 21 May 2018

 

INCISE Launch event – 14 October 2016

14 October starting at 17:45 the Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice will officially launch at Canterbury Christ Church University.

After a welcome by the vice-chancellor of the university there will be a keynote by Professor Naomi Goldenberg (University of Ottawa) – Queer Theory meets Critical Religion. The evening will be closed by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Tickets are available here.

incise-launch-poster

INCISE welcomes Dr S.N.Nyeck

Dr S.N. Nyeck has joined INCISE today as Visiting Senior Research Fellow.

SN has earned her PhD in Political Science 2013 from the University of California Los Angeles, UCLA.

Her dissertation is titled The Political Economy of Ways and Means: Procurement Contracts and Development in Africa (1620-1919).

SNs areas of interest include

➢ Political Economy of Freedom as Development; Government Outsourcing/Public Procurement; Public Sector Reform; non-State Actors; Public Policy; Governance; Identity; Economics

➢ Sexuality, Religion and Politics, Human Rights (LGBTQI),

SNs expertise lies in public private-partnerships for development with a focus on developing countries (Africa); leadership in multicultural and transnational settings, multicultural communication, public speaking, grantwriting, strategic planning and evaluation, high-level negotiation, policy communication, writing and editing; data analysis (quantitative and qualitative).

Dr Nyeck will add a much needed and very welcome queer African voice to INCISEs intersectional scholarship and projects.

Follow SN on twitter: @DrSNNyeck

Check out her two edited volumes

Public Procurement Reform and Governance in Africa (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2016)
http://goo.gl/ZSQPbE

Sexual Diversity in Africa: Politics, Theory and Citizenship (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013)
http://goo.gl/5qcFcZ