Invitation to the Fourth CHUSS Research Dissemination Seminar: Historicizing Humanities at Makerere University since 1922 (Humanities@Mak100)

The Principal, College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) invites you to the fourth Research Dissemination Seminar on Humanities@Mak100 scheduled for Thursday, 17 December 2020. The research project is funded by the Andrew W Mellon Foundation in New York. It critically historicizes and interrogates the past and current positionality of the disciplines of Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences at Makerere University. The Project’s goal is to re-examine the basis and significance of humanities and humanistic social sciences at Makerere University from a historical perspective. The next dissemination seminar will feature the following research project presentations:
1. Resilience amidst Crisis of Relevance: Reflecting on History at Makerere University – Dr Pamela Khanakwa
2. Tracing the Trajectory of Religious Studies at Makerere University - Dr Christine Mbabazi Mpyangu
3. Historicizing Archaeology in the academy. The case of Makerere University – Dr Elizabeth Kyazike
Chair: Dr Patrick Mangeni
Venue: E-Learning Room, CTF1, Level4
***Virtual participation
Register in advance for this meeting:
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Thursday, December 17, 2020 - 08:30
Event Venue: 
E-Learning Room, CTF 1, Level 4
Contact Information: 
1. Dr Levis Mugumya, Programme Administrator/ Email: / Phone number: Tel: +256772475807/+256702475807 2. Ms. Catherine Kirumira, Project Administrator/Email: Phone number: +256752665071