PRISM, in conjunction with the Centre for African Studies (UCT)invites you to the launch of Horman Chitonge’s book launch titled Indutrial Policy And The Transformation Of The Colonial Economy In Africa; DATE: Thursday 17 June 2021 @ 16h00 – 17h00 South African time; See details and Zoom link to event by clicking on the link below:
The theme of the dialogues, to mark the centenary of Paulo Freire, was on 'Education for Global Citizenship and Socio-environmental justice: A Freirean Framework for International Comparative Studies'. The invitation was extended by the Paulo Freire institute and global university partners in recognition of the work of the San and Khoi Unit in its knowledge and research partnership with the A/Xarra Restorative Justice Forum.
Tauriq Jenkins of the San and Khoi Unit interviewed by Aljazeera on the Heritage Protection of the Two Rivers
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Bam-Hutchison was invited to address practising history teachers from a number of countries globally on 4 May 2021. Her talk focused on the post-2015 'spectre' of Rhodes and its metaphor within the spatiality of the recent fire that devastated the African Studies Library and Collections. The talk included the story of the renaming of Jameson Hall and its implications for decolonising curricula and the ethos of educational spaces within a South African context.