The Head Department of Religion and Peace Studies cordially invites you all to a public lecture on “Science, Religion and Development”. Speaker: Dr. Anne Daisy Namono - from the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity
School of Liberal and Performing Arts
School of Liberal and Performing Arts
You are acordially invited to a one day "Water is Life" (WIL/Amazzibulamu) end of project conference, The project which explores issues of water and sustainable development is a partnership between Irish University and Makerere University (Development Studies), and was undertaken in Makonda -Masaka District. The project enhanced out-reach, and funded 8 PhD students from Makerere University, most of who have completed and will be sharing with us their projects, The project also supported the design of masters in Development Studies, which awaits approval by the College Board.
Development Studies will be most grateful for your presence at the conference which is scheduled on , 19th February, 2014 in the Gender and Women Studies Conference Hall starting at 9,00 am.
Your presence is highly appreciated
Dr. Asiimwe B. Godfrey
WIL Co-ordinator & Chair, Development Studies
Attached is the programme
The Dean School of Liberal and Performing Arts invites you to the PhD public defence for Mr Daniel Komakech.
Structures and Institutions as Adaptive Self- Deception of Governance: The Growth of Western Political Illusion into “Homo Sacer”
Supervisor: Assoc. Professor A.B. Rukooko
See the abstract below
The Dean School of Liberal and Performing Arts cordially invites all of you to the PhD public defence for Rev. Patrick Mbaasa.
The Impact of the East African Revival Movement on the Understanding of Salvation in the Anglican Church in Kigezi
See below his abstract
The theme for the world philosophy Day, 2013 is “Philosophy as inquiry and way of life”. Makerere University department of philosophy and development studies, intend to celebrate this day by organizing a public lecture on the above mentioned theme. In this theme, we fist acknowledge the UNESCO’s theme, which proposes that philosophy should be taken as both practical and a theoretical discourse. That is why it is an inquiry and a way of life.See attachments for details
Invitation to Mr Joseph Begumanyah’s PhD public Defence
The Dean, School of Liberal and Performing Arts, cordially invites you to Mr Joseph Begumanyah’s PhD public defence.
"Religio-Political Relationship in Uganda: A case Study of Kigezi South-Western Uganda, 1980-2007"
Please find attached Mr Begumanyah’s abstract.
You are cordially invited to attend a Public Lecture scheduled for Friday,
27th September, 2013 in the Forestry Conference Room, Level 3.
TOPIC: The Impact of Contemporary Media on the Young Generation
PRESENTER: Prof. Aykut Toros, Department of Sociology, Yeditepe
University, Instanbul, Turkey
- ownership of musical arts in contemporary Africa
- coping with the changing tastes: prescribed curriculums versus pupils’ ‘own music’
- cross-cultural influences on musical arts dispensation as expressed in teaching, performing, research, demonstrations, etc
The Department of History, Archaeology and Organisational Studies is organizing a History Forum due to take pleace on 9th August 2013 at Makerere University Senate Upper Conference Hall from 8:00am t0 5:00pm
This Forum has been organized by the department to take stock of the history is playing in Uganda and how this role can be further enhanced. It is envisage that by the end of the Forum, action plans will be drawn on the promotion of the teaching of history in Ugandan Universities.
The proposed activities of the day are; Presentations speeches and group discussions.
Pro. Lwanga Lunyiigo a renowned historian and acknowledged author of Uganda's history will deliver the keynote specch.