‘Out of Africa: Post-structuralism’s Colonial Roots’ by Professor Ahluwalia, Van, May 4/11

The Centre for Race, Autobiography for Gender, and Age Studies (RAGA) at the University of British Columbia (UBC)
And
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Langara College
Are pleased to announce
A lecture by Professor Pal Ahluwalia
Wednesday, May 4th
2:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Room # 223
Jack Bell Building 2080 West Mall
Vancouver, UBC

Professor Pal Ahluwalia
FASSA, Pro Vice Chancellor and Vice President, Division of Education Arts and Social Sciences, University of South Australia. His main research interests lie in the areas of African studies, social and cultural theory, in particular, postcolonial theory and the processes of diaspora, exile, and migration.

Professor Ahluwalia will present from his recent book titled: ‘Out of Africa: Post-structuralism’s Colonial Roots’ (London Routledge 2010). He has also authored: Edward Said (London Routledge 2009), and with Bill Ashcroft, 2nd Edition updated and revised. Violence and non-Violence: African Perspectives (London Routledge, 2006).

The event is free and will be followed by light refreshments at the RAGA centre (in the same building).

For information please call Indira: (604) 323-5717
For RSVP please email to: Iprahst@langara.bc.ca
Or to: ragacentre@gmail.com
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Dance and Women’s Empowerment, Feb 10/2011

The Centre for Race, Autobiography, Gender and Age (RAGA)
Invites you to
An Oddissi Dance Performance by Sitara Thobani
Followed by Discussion

Dance and Women’s Empowerment
A Fundraiser for the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre
Thursday, February 10, 2011
7-8:30pm
Langara College
New Berry Hall A130
(by the front entrance off 49th Avenue)
100 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver BC
Coast Salish Territorries
Admission by Donation
More Information:
www.raga.ubc.ca

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