Hannah Appel is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Global Studies at UCLA, where she also serves as Associate Faculty Director of the Institute on Inequality and Democracy. She will present The Licit Life of Capitalism: U.S. Oil in Equatorial Guinea. Discussant: Caroline Filice Smith (Harvard University).
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ORGANIZER(S): Harvard University Center for African Studies
EVENT WEBSITE: https://africa.harvard.edu/african-studies-workshop-0