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University of Bologna Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2013 21:25:41 +0000 From: Corrado Tornimbeni <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: H-Africa@h-net.msu.edu <H-Africa@h-net.msu.edu> Dear all, please, find below a conference announcement and programme: Conference announcement: STATE, LAND AND DEMOCRACY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA Friday 18 October 2013 University of Bologna School of Political Sciences – Forlì Campus via Giacomo della Torre, 1 Forlì – Italy Organised by: - Departmental Centre of Historical and Political Studies on Africa and Middle East in collaboration with: - Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Bologna – Forlì campus - School of Political Sciences – Forlì Campus - Journal "afriche e orienti" Sponsored by: SER.IN.AR Contacts: - Prof. Arrigo Pallotti: email@example.com - Gabriella Berardi: firstname.lastname@example.org PROGRAMME: Morning session 9:00-12:30 Chair: Pierluigi Valsecchi (University of Pavia) - Introductory remarks Anna Maria Gentili (University of Bologna) - An Unfinished Agenda in Neoliberal Context? State, Land and Democracy in Malawi Blessings Chinsinga (University of Malawi) - The Political Limits of Neoliberal Development: Decentralization and Land Reform in Tanzania Arrigo Pallotti (University of Bologna) - Land and Democracy in Zambia Federico Battera (University of Trieste) - Is There a Land Issue in Mozambique? State, Land and Labour in Historical Perspective Corrado Tornimbeni (University of Bologna) Afternoon Session 14:30-18:00 Chair: Maria Cristina Ercolessi (University L'Orientale, Naples) - State and Land in Zimbabwe in Historical Perspective Mario Zamponi (University of Bologna) - The Fast Track Land Reform Programme and its Effects in Zimbabwe Ian Scoones (Institute of Development Studies, Brighton) - Women and Land Reform: Lessons from Zimbabwe Rudo Gaidzanwa (University of Zimbabwe) - The New Agrarian Question - The Meaning of Zimbabwe's Land Reform Programme in Regional Context Padraig Carmody (Trinity College, Dublin) Dr. Corrado Tornimbeni Centre for Historical and Political Studies on Africa and the Middle East Department of Political and Social Sciences Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy email: email@example.com tel: +39.051.2092557 -- --