Squatter Sitcom

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Presentation at Embros, Squatted Theatre and Cultural Centre, Athens June 2014

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
For my summer holiday, I went to Greece this year, spending one week in Athens with a few heavenly days swimming and relaxing on an island. Athens is a fascinating city and I decided to re-connect with people who I met at the Athens Biennale. I was particularly interested in meeting with people from Embros, a […]
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Athens Biennale November 2013

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
In November, I was  in Athens for a few days to give two lectures at the Athens Biennale  . Biennales or Biennials as they are called in English, are contemporary international art exhibitions/events that take place in cities around the world. They last for a few months and are chock full of lectures, performances, discussions, […]
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Presentation, The Omega institute, Rhinebeck NY September 2013

  • Posted by Nazima Kadir
As part of my U.S trip, I visited the Omega Institute for a couple days and gave a workshop on the doctoral research and the sitcom. We were hosted by my sister, Helema Kadir, Omega’s resident fabric artist and my brother-in-law, Brett Bevell. It was a wonderful experience. During the day, my husband and I […]
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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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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 […]