The AfroAsia UCT Project, in collaboration with the Struggle and Culture National Student Forum, presented on Thursday, 30 August 2018 a new interdisciplinary seminar series that brings together scholars from across multiple departments who share an interest in decolonial scholarship from different methodological perspectives.
Feminist writers, some located in the university, have employed literary styles of writing to address the dynamics of gender and other long-standing and entrenched social concerns.
Dr June Bam-Hutchison, an international specialist, was invited to speak at the conference on "Curatorship and symbolic reparations for transforming justice on gender issues" in Lima, Peru, during July 2018.
The event attracted and involved a huge number of civic activists and organisations. Speakers included Professor Nomalanga Mkhize, Justice Albie Sachs, Professor Ruth Hall, Prof Nomboniso Gasa, Prof Fred Hendricks and Adv Tembeka Ngcukaitobi.