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Wednesday, February 15, 2023

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Interchange: Environment and Stability

Term 2: Environment & Sustainability

  • Wednesday 15 February 2023
  • 12:00 - 13:30
  • FAB5.03
  • Interchange is open to all researchers at any career stage; doctoral students are also welcome
  • Lunch will be provided: please make sure to register your attendance so that we can cater accordingly

Addressing the climate crisis and generating sustainable solutions for society is at the top of the agenda for the university, the region, the nation and the world. What role can Arts and Social Sciences researchers play in tackling this challenge, and how can we ensure our contribution finds the right audience?


Chair: Professor Chris Brown (Education Studies)

For further details and to register, please visit: 


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Caribbean seminar series: Haiti and Congo: transatlantic solidarity in Youssoupha’s rap
Online via Teams

Dr Stève Puig:


Haiti and Congo: transatlantic solidarity in Youssoupha’s rap


Dr Puig’s online talk will cover the Franco-Congolese rapper, Youssoupha and his influences and his admiration for Haiti and its history.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a new, re-scheduled date for this event.