"Landscaping Practices and their Narratives: Meaning Making in the Public Space" by Dr. Andrea Hollington
2020-10-14 8:30 to 9:15
RW - H24
- As part of the selection process for the Junior Research Group leaders, the Africa Multiple Cluster has invited six candidates to campus, who will give lectures on October 13-14, 2020. The venue is H 24 in the RW Building. Seating is limited; virtual attendance will be possible.
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Dr. Andrea Hollington is a researcher at the Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne with a background in African Studies. Her research interests include anthropological linguistics, sociolinguistics, social semiotics, ethnomusicology, postcolonial studies, youth language practices and studies on repertoires and identity.
She has examined cultural, linguistic and musical practices in Africa and the African Diaspora and studied African – Caribbean relations.