Two-day conference on May 6 and 7 on the campus of Columbia University in Manhattan’s Upper West Side : About these ads
The Social Justice, Gender and Health Reading Group, The Center for Place, Culture and Politics, and The Center for the Humanities present: Remembering E.H. Carr and the Case for a New History in South Africa Zackie Achmat Tuesday May 4th, 6:30pm, Room 6402 Venue: CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016.
An Evening with Shelley Barry Wednesday, April 28, 2o1o At the next disTHIS!, South African filmmaker Shelley Barry will share a mixture of old, new and works-in-progress. Shelley, a wheelchair user as a result of taxi violence in her native country in 1996, made her frst film in 2003 while on a film scholarship in […]
Edwin Cameron, the first openly gay judge on South Africa’s Constitutional Court (the equivalent of the US Supreme Court; try that on the US court) is in New York City next week to receive a prize (The James Robert Brudner ’83 Memorial Prize worth $5000) from Yale University and give two lectures: one on LGBT […]
The Social Justice, Gender, and Health Reading Group and The Center for Place Culture and Politics Present the 2009/10 Speaker Series: Axes of Inequality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, AIDS, and Civil Society in Southern Africa Fall 2009 Friday, October 9th, 4:15pm, Room C415A Anne-Maria Makhulu (Duke) Unplanned Community: The Struggle for the South African City Thursday […]
Description of panel, titled “Mandela’s Ego,” scheduled for Friday, September 18, at The New Museum on the Bowery: Members of South Africa’s Generation X speak about the intricacies of post-coloniality. Expect complicated ambiguities as the panelists MC Lee-Ursus Alexander, Dineo Bopape, Hlonipha Mokoena, and Gabi Ngcobo present alternative perspectives on art, music, literature, masculinities, and […]