Film

 
 

Sjoerd Sijsma

Sjoerd Sijsma is a professional film maker and photographer. He trains and coaches the CTD team on audiovisual matters. As member of the team, he will produce a  documentary on ‘the art of communication’, exploring who is allowed to communicate, how and when during times of duress. Together withRead More


Countdown to the CTD conference in N’Djaména!

In N’Djaména and Leiden, the final preparations are underway for the end conference of the research project ‘Connecting in Times of Duress: Understanding communication and conflict in Middle Africa’s mobile margins’ (25-28 October 2017). The programme of the conference is divided in six panels, themedRead More


CTD conference in N’Djaména, Chad, 25-28 October 2017

The History Institute of Leiden University and the research institute CRASH (Chad) join hands to organize the end conference of the project ‘Connecting in Times of Duress’ (Leiden University) in the Chadian capital N’Djaména, 25-28 October 2017. The conference presents and discusses the research findingsRead More


Cultural programme CTD Conference: art, film, music & discussion

During the CTD conference, Connecting in Times of Duress presents a cultural programme in collaboration with the Festival N’Djam s’enflamme en slam. This programme consists of the art exhibition ‘Vivre sous contrainte / Living under duress’, a film screening of Wùlu (2016) at cinema Le Normandie,Read More


Call for papers CTD end conference 2017 [Closed]

The call for papers is now closed. The History Institute of Leiden University and CRASH[1] invite you to the end conference of the research programme Connecting in Times of Duress, to take place 25-28 October 2017 in N’Djaména, Chad. Connecting in Times of Duress, aRead More


Fiona Dragstra – Is a picture worth a thousand words?

Ouagadougou, May 11th, 2015. In our Western world of written history and text, we often see this as the only place where knowledge is created and spread. Institutionalized knowledge is created and spread through words. Once not written down, something is subject to our ownRead More