This one-day workshop on the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) brings together historians, political scientists, and artists for a conversation across disciplines. Through the discussion of pre-circulated papers, a roundtable, and conversations with artists, the workshop participants review the current state of Congolese studies. At a moment when the DRC is once again engulfed in a generalized political crisis, how can scholars and practitioners in filmmaking, literature and visual arts learn from each other and offer insights that can illuminate Congo’s uncertain future?
Image Credit: Pedro Monaville
Convened by Pedro Monaville, Assistant Professor of History, NYUAD
Join our events mailing lists
Always be the first to know about what's going on in our community. Sign up for one of our newsletters and receive information on a wide variety of events such as exhibition, lectures, films, art performances, discussions and conferences.