Missing and Missed: Subject, Politics, Memorialisation (Special Issue)
Professor Premesh Lalu
New Publication by Professor Premesh Lalu
Noëleen Murray, Leslie Witz
William Kentridge: That Which is Not Remembered
Christian A. Williams
Edited by Luis Gimenez Amoros and Maurice Vambe
George Emeka Agbo
Allen F. Isaacman, Barbara S. Isaacman
Lorena Rizzo, with introduction by Patricia Hayes
Edited by Suren Pillay and Chandra Lakha
Edited by Anette Hoffman and Esther Peeren
Edited by Heidi Grunebaum and Emile Maurice
Edited by Brian Raftopoulos, David Moore, and Norma Kriger
Tracing the Mbira Sound Archive in Zimbabwe
Out of History, Unsettled History, and Remains of the Social Review by Crain Soudien.
2017 Special Issue edited by Ross Truscott and Maurits Van Bever Donker
The CHR would like to congratulate Migrating Violence Postdoctoral Fellow Fred Bidandi
by Jane Taylor in Performing The Secular: Religion, Representation, and Politics (Eds) Milija Gluhovic and […]
Thinking the State from Africa: Political Theory, Eurocentrism and Concrete Politics
by Premesh Lalu (HSRC Press, 2009) In 1996, as South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission […]
A new publication by CHR Architectural Fellow Ilze Wolff
Edited by Premesh Lalu and Noëleen Murray
The CHR would like to congratulate doctoral fellow Mwayi Lusaka on the publication of his article.
Intimations of an Ethics of Receptive Generosity
a new publication by Senior Researcher Dr. Heidi Grunebaum
The CHR and the Department of History, UWC invites you to a joint launch of […]
The CHR and Wits University Press is pleased to announce the publication of: Remains of […]
The CHR is excited to announce that I See You, a play by Mongi Mthombeni, […]
The CHR is pleased to announce a new publication by post-doctoral fellow Bongani Ndhlovu.
The CHR is pleased to announce a new publication by former fellow Vincent Van Bever Donker.
The CHR is pleased to announce a new publication Next Generation Scholar Ross Truscott.
Edited by Jung Ran Forte, Paolo Israel and Leslie Wits
The CHR is pleased to announce a new publication under the Migrating Violence research platform […]
The CHR is pleased to announce a new publication by Senior Researcher at the Centre […]
CHR Director Professor Premesh Lalu delivered an address at the media launch of Science Forum […]
The Centre for Humanities Research invites you to a book launch and discussion between Jo […]
The University of the Western Cape together with the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) hosted […]
Described by Nelson Mandela as a source of inspiration, Richard Turner was a central figure […]
By Premesh Lalu " In the wake #FeesMustFall protests that electrified South Africa one week ago, much has been […]