Africa in Science (AiS) Lectures is a series of pre-recorded video talks featuring guest speakers from the international scientific community of researchers, authors, thinkers and policymakers who have a keen interest in under-researched topics in Africa. The main aim of this series is to cover, highlight and bring to the fore neglected research topics in the African continent.
Walking and Stumbling: The Aesthetic as Agitator for Activism
Dr. Sara Matchett, Ph.D. , and Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
How do Bystanders Respond to Workplace Bullying, and Why?
Dr Kara Ng, Ph.D., a presidential Fellow at The University of Manchester, UK.