Song of Lawino as African Political Philosophy: students studying 'African Political Thought' engage in conversation with CAS' renowned literary scholar Professor Harry Garuba on interdisciplinary as part of the African Studies major which was first rolled out in 2017.
‘I’m a little concerned about the kind of masculinity we teach our sons,’ says poet and musician Itai Hakim. This concern is at the centre of Fuccboi, a collaborative and interactive lecture-performance presented by Hakim and Siyabonga Mthembu (The Brother Moves On). Fuccboi is a sonic exploration of masculinities and ways of being in the world that men inherit. At once a private/public reckoning with the past and present, Fuccboi is also an attempt at dreaming different futures.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
June Bam-Hutchison establishes international pre-colonial research collaboration with Asia and Latin America.
The South African Research Chair in Marine Ecology and Fisheries, based at the University of Cape Town,
is home to a dynamic research environment