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.
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