We are delighted to share with everyone the annual Winter School in the Humanities, held under the theme of “Exodus, Movement, a/the People: Critical Thinking and the Collective”, and hosted by the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR), University of the Western Cape (UWC), and held in collaboration with the SARChI Chair in Social Change, University of Fort Hare (UFH), and the Interdisciplinary Centre for the Study of Global Change (ICGC), University of Minnesota (UM) and the Jackman Institute at the University of Toronto (UT), will convene remotely this year.
On the programme (see below) you will find a link to each webinar session. Please click on the link in order to register. The registration portals include links to each of the papers provided by speakers. Papers will be made available a week before the webinar and will be taken as read before each of the webinars. If you would like to send your questions or comments in advance, please email them, no later than the morning of the respective webinar, to email@example.com or submit them to the Q&A option during the webinar. For any other Winter School related queries or questions please email Michelle Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note our first webinar takes place next week Friday, August 21st, titled: The Black Aquatic: On Water, Art and Black Movement with Rinaldo Walcott - register below.
Winter School 2020 Program
** Please note all times are currently in GMT +2 (Johannesburg, South Africa) +7 from CST (Minnesota)
The Black Aquatic: On Water, Art and Black Movement
August 17th: lecture will be made available as text
Presenter: Rinaldo Walcott
Discussants: Lwando Scott and Sibongile Khumalo
August 21st, 3 pm: Webinar Chair: Suren Pillay
Register to: https://bit.ly/WSRinaldoWalcott
Publics and Policing: Spies, Surveillance, and Colonial Subjects in Anti-Colonial French Politics
August 28th: lecture will be made available as text
Presenter: Nancy Luxon
Discussants: Fernanda Almeida and Lindokuhle Mandyoli
September 4th, 4 pm: Webinar Chair: Patricia Hayes
Register to: https://bit.ly/WSNancyLuxon
September 4th: lecture will be made available as text
Presenter: Heidi Grunebaum
Discussants: Shai Gortler and Ajohche Awungija
September 14th, 3 pm: Webinar
Chair: Valmont Layne
Register to: https://bit.ly/WSHeidiGrunebaum
September 25th, 3pm: Webinar
Required Reading: Fadi Bardawil, Prologue, Chapter 5 (Exit Marx/Enter Ibn Khaldun) and Epilogue in Revolution and Disenchantment: Arab Marxism and the Binds of Emancipation: Duke University Press, Durham and London 2020.
Text available at https://bit.ly/FadiBardawilText
Presenter: Fadi Bardawil Discussant: Yonas Ashine TBC:
Webinar Chair: Heidi Grunebaum
Register to: https://bit.ly/OtherUniversalsRegistration