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    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#4

    Week 4 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Welcome to the fourth week! If you are feeling down, we’ve got a week full of event good for body and soul. You can join the choir session on Monday, and maybe get a…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Newsletter HT#3

    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#3

    Week 3 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Thanks to all those who made it to the Kenya roundtable last week, for those who missed it, you can watch a recording of it here (thanks to Africa Oxford Initiative). In a similar fashion, we…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Newsletter HT#2

    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#2

    Week 2 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Welcome to the second week! The African Gospel Choir is resuming activities on Monday and the lunch hangouts are back on Wednesday in Jesus College. If you managed to get a ticket for the…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Newsletter HT#1

    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#1

    Week 1 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Welcome to Hilary Term. Those who left UK and come back will have found that the cold is still here, but so is AfriSoc! We’ll allow you to settle into your academic stride this…Read More »
  • Against Biggar and ‘Recolonisation’

    Against Biggar and ‘Recolonisation’

    Statement in rejection of attempts to sanitise empire and justify ‘recolonialisation’ led by Oxford University’s Nigel Biggar  – Issued by the Oxford University Africa Society   Oxford, UK  19/12/2017 – The Oxford University African Society notes the recent media reports…Read More »