UK Tanzania Research Network Seminars January-June 2012
January 10, 2012
Below is a list of the seminars being organised by the UK Tanzania Research Network between January and June 2012. Please feel free to circulate the information to interested parties.
All seminars will be held at the LSE between 5–6.30pm in CON 1.06 (Connaught House). A map of the campus can be found here:
We look forward to seeing you in 2012.
Matteo Rizzo and Claire Mercer
Helen Dancer (Sussex) ‘Women’s Legal Claims to Land in Arusha, Tanzania’
Deborah Bryceson (Glasgow) – ‘For Richer, For Poorer: Sexuality, Prostitution
and Marriage in Tanzanian Gold Mining Settlements
Kevin Deane (SOAS) – ‘A structural approach to understanding HIV transmission:
Population mobility and local commodity chains’
Ernestina Coast (LSE) and Sara Randall (UCL) – ‘Tanzanian households in surveys and
censuses: kaya, nyumba and familia’
20th June June
Mark McQuinn (SOAS)‘The reconfiguration of civil society in post-liberalisation Tanzania:
how NGOs have come to dominate and labour organisations have been excluded’