How ordinary people in Sudan have built resilient communities in the past and present, amidst uncertainty and change.
How have the people of Sudan built resilient communities in the past and present? Join us in exploring how ordinary people have lived through times of uncertainty and change.
A History of Ordinary People in Africa (HOPIA) is a cultural heritage project consisting of a series of historical exhibitions. It is undertaken by members of the Oxford University Africa Society in partnership with Fusion Arts Oxford and supported by TORCH as part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, and the Oxford African Studies Centre.
Find out more about a History of Ordinary People in Africa
Sat 29 - Sun 30 April, 10 am - 6pm
OPENING EVENT Sat 29 April 2 - 4pm
95 Gloucester Green, Oxford