The Comparing the Copperbelt Project is hosting a workshop on Extractive Industries and the Environment: Production, Pollution and Protest from a Global and Historical Perspective. Please note this is a closed workshop – enquiries to email@example.com.
For more information see the comparing the Copperbelt project's website here.
All are welcome to attend the Keynote Lecture by Timothy James LeCain on Friday 6 December, 5.30pm (History Faculty Lecture Theatre). He will be speaking on 'A Post-Anthropocentric Politics: Can Neo-Materialist Theory Provide Effective Solutions To the Problems of Global Mining?'
Download the keynote poster here.