1. Dr Josephine Ahikire - Resilience Amidst Turbulent Waters: Humanities at Makerere in the Era of Neoliberal Orthodoxy
2. Prof. Peter Atekyereza - Misused or Misunderstood the Ivory Tower? Tracing Peaks and Troughs of Social Anthropology at Makerere University
3. Dr Julius Kikooma - On Psychological Knowledge Production @ Makerere University for the Past 100 Years: Issues and Prospects
***Research supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in New York
The serial presentations derive from the Humanities@Mak100 Research Project, which critically historicizes and interrogates the past and current positionality of the disciplines of Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences at Makerere University as well as the legacy of colonialism on these disciplines in a systematic and meaningful manner. The Project’s goal is to re-examine the basis and significance of humanities and humanistic social sciences at Makerere University from a historical perspective to reflect critically on the role and significance of these disciplines to shape their future trends in Uganda and East Africa.