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Presentation on Anthropological Research Methods, University of Sussex, February 2013

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
I recently presented my doctoral research in a class on activism for post graduate students in an MA course in Activism for Development and Social Justice at the University of Sussex. The class is taught by my friend, Paul Boyce, an anthropologist specializing in gender and sexuality studies, who is a lecturer in the Anthropology […]
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Creating Worlds Workshop, Royal Holloway University of London, January 2013

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
I’ve neglected this blog for nearly 2 months now. The darkness of winter overcame me so I spent all my time making and eating elaborate meals to compensate. I’ve lived in Northern Europe for nearly 8 years and I am still unaccustomed to the  darkness of December. I’m a New York City girl and New […]
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Temporary Autonomous Art, Squatted Art Fair, October 31-November 3 2012, London

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
I recently randomly visited Temporary Autonomous Art London (TAA), a squatted art event that happens annually all over the UK. I was visiting my friend, Debra Shaw, in East London. Debra is a fun and brilliant Reader of Cultural Studies at the University of East London. She is also a fellow Sqekker and convenes the […]
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Presentation at “Lights, Camera, Research: A seminar on film as a political research tool,” Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 at the University of Essex

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
I’m feeling amazingly proud of myself because I’ve managed to post an event BEFORE it occurs rather than several weeks afterwards, which is my typical blogging practice. Maybe I’m a new me: reborn, more organized, purposeful, a blogging extrovert. Maybe not. I’ll be presenting at a seminar at the Center for Work, Organisation, and Society […]