Gender, Kinship, and the Heritage of Colonialism in Algeria

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Next week, a two-day series of roundtables will focus on “Gender, Kinship, and the Heritage of Colonialism in Algeria.” These talks are co-sponsored by WGS, with support from Africana Studies, Islamic Studies, and the History Dept.

Talks will begin at 1pm on Tuesday, Dec. 5th in Gilman 388 (the T&S Room), and continue until 6pm. Day 2 (Weds., Dec. 6th) will begin at 8:30am in Gilman 300, and conclude at 1pm.

Speakers will include:

  • Tayeb Kennouch (from the Centre for Research in Applied Economics for Development [CREAD] & University of Algiers 2)
  • Khadidja Boussaid (CREAD + U. of Algiers 2)
  • Imen Merabet (CREAD + U. of Algiers 2)
  • Amina Merah (CREAD + U. of Algiers 2)
  • Stuart Michaels (NORD & University of Chicago)
  • Fatma Oussedik (CREAD + U. of Algiers 2)
  • Gianfranco Rebucini (EHESS, Paris)
  • Todd Shepard (JHU)
  • and Judith Surkis (Rutgers)

Presentations will be in English and French.