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Evening Launch/Public Lecture

Wednesday 4 October 2017

A public lecture delivered by Karen Salt, Co-Director of the Centre For Research in Race and Rights at the University of Nottingham

Early Evening Keynote Lecture: Event

Public Lecture

We will launch the work of the AHRC Heritage Priority Area with an early evening public lecture and linked networking reception.

The public lecture will be delivered by Karen Salt, Co-Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Rights at the University of Nottingham.

A scholar of race, sovereignty, power and politics, a significant portion of her work investigates how nation-states have claimed independence, demanded political recognition and fought for their continued sovereignty within a highly racialised world.

Dr Salt also provides service to the wider arts, humanities and social research communities.  She is an active grant reviewer and a member of the Peer Review colleges for ESRC and AHRC.  She will begin a 3 year appointment as a member of the AHRC Advisory Board this September. 

We hope you can join us, and request that you get your ticket from EventBrite as spaces are limited. 

Early Evening Keynote Lecture: Publications
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