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Salazar’s Ghosts: global colour lines, decolonizations and entangled histories of race, ca. 1960-1965

28 August2014
14:00 - IFAS Conference Room, 62 Juta Street, Braamfontein

Caio Simões de Araújo
PHD Candidate, University of Geneva

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Understanding Johannesburg: City-Wide Urban Analysis and Morphological Evolution

French Institute Seminars in Humanities (FISH)

30 July 2014
14:00 - IFAS Conference Room, 62 Juta Street, Braamfontein

Karen Lévy
Researcher at the French Institute of Urbanism (IFU) and at the French Development Agency (AFD)

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AESOP

2nd Call for applications now open!

AESOP - an Erasmus Mundus program of the European Union
A European and South African Partnership on Heritage and Past

The second AESOP call for applications is now open - deadline for applications 15 August 2014.

Website: www.aesop-em.org

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State Building and Mining Sector in Angola and Mozambique

French Institute Seminars in Humanities (FISH)

19 June 2014
14:00 - IFAS Conference Room, 62 Juta Street, Braamfontein

Mathias de Alencastro
University of Oxford

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Archives of the Non-Racial - Workshop in Theory and Criticsim

29 June - 11 July 2014
Johannesburg, Mbabane, Durban, Ginsberg, Cape Town 

The Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism is an experiment in global conversation based in the South. Located in Johannesburg, we seek to be a critical node in the re-territorializing of global intellectual production. We are a centre for theoretical work that takes seriously a position in the South while addressing international conversations and problématiques. We take the labour of theory and criticism to be significant political work that is crucial to the experimentation in social forms.

As part of the Workshop, a series of public lectures, panels, book launches and performance will be hosted:

Programme Week 1 (Johannesburg, Mbabane, Durban)

Programme Week 2 (Ginsberg, Cape Town)

http://jwtc.org.za

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