Talks

Talks

[PRESENTATION]: Red Money: Nigerian ‘money spraying’, music and aspirations in China. Presentation version of a paper delivered at: Colloque ANR Espaces de la culture chinoise en Afrique. Paris, 9-11 sept, 2015

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[PRESENTATION]: Un-dreaming the ‘Chinese Dream’: precarity, solidarity and organisation amongst Africans in Guangzhou. Presentation version of a paper delivered at: Producing Anthropology, the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC, 3-7, 2014.

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[PRESENTATION]: African aspirations in the Chinese Mega-City: recent transformations in Guangzhou’s urban ethnoscapes. Talk given at the Urban Aspirations Asia – A Graduate Urban Studies Workshop, organised as part of the project ‘Aspirations, Urban Governance, and the Remaking of Asian Cities’ by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the National University of Singapore. Singapore.

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[TALK]: African musicians in search of the ‘Chinese Dream’: beyond the narratives of trade and ‘immigration’. A talk given at the Asia Art Archive as part of the Mapping Asia Project. Hong Kong, China, July 2014.

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[TALK]: Feeling at home in the ‘Chocolate City: an exploration of African migration to Guangzhou in the context of diasporic globalization. A talk given at the Trans-Asia Screen Culture Monthly Forum, organised by the Trans-Asia Screen Culture Institute of Korea National University of Arts. Seoul, Korea (Introductory and general talk I gave for a Cultural Studies audience in Korea – in an early stage of my research).

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