Justice and Sacrifice in the myths of Iphigenia, Antigone, and Medea
A Conversation in the Humanities in Session seminar series at the Centre for Humanities Research, part of the Advanced Research Seminar....
Film Screening: The Mother of All Lies, Bertha House, 28 Feb
The CHR and DFA DocLOVE invite you to a free screening of award-winning Moroccan documentary, The Mother of All Lies....
Kronos, Oral/Aural: Pastness and sound as medium and method
We are pleased to announce the publication of Kronos: Southern African Histories under the theme of Oral/Aural: Pastness and Sound as Medium and Method, edited by Dr Valmont Layne, CHR, and Dr Aidan Erasmus, Department of Historical Studies, UWC....
The United Nations Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and Israel is undertaking a mission to South Africa from 29 January until 9 February.
The CHR welcomes Ruth Barton as a visiting professor on the Charlotte Maxeke–Mary Robinson Research Chair to present a public lecture and documentary film screening about the legacy of the Irish Troubles on film. This lecture will be followed by an afternoon discussion on Irish cinema and ecocriticism.
A Conversation in the Humanities in Session Series at the Centre for Humanities Research, part of the Advanced Research Seminar presented in partnership with the Consortium for Humanities Centres and Institutes’ Humanities Administration Network
The CHR welcomes Eoin McNamee, inaugural visiting scholar and artist of the Charlotte Maxeke–Mary Robinson Research Chair to present a public lecture on “Sequins, Pearls and Amobarbital: the Border in Ireland as unconcluded space” at 15:30 on Wednesday 9 August, at the Humanities Hub, Woodstock.
This lecture will inaugurate the Charlotte Maxeke-Mary Robinson Research Chair and open an exhibition on 25 years of the Good Friday Agreements between Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain.