Thozama April


Next Generation
Scholar

Thozama April (Next Generation Scholar): Writes on Women and Feminist Historiography with a dissertation titled ‘Theorising Women: The life of Charlotte Maxeke’. She is currently working on the broad historiography of colonialism in the Eastern Cape and on de-colonial and nationalist thought.

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The Ideas and Legacy of Charlotte Maxeke

Thozama April presented a paper at Sol Plaatje University on her research on Charlotte Maxeke on 9 January 2020.

Seminar: Sam Longford

Governing the ungovernable: contested legacies at the Chris Hani Memorial

Dr Thozama April awarded The Charlotte Mannya Maxeke Award

The CHR congratulates Dr. April on receiving The Charlotte Mannya Maxeke Award.

Workshop: Migrants, Markets and the Modalities of Rule

The Migrating Violence Research Platform of the Centre for Humanities Research presents a workshop on Migrants, Markets and the Modalities of Rule.

Book Launch: Remembering Historian, Activist and Author Martin Legassick

You are invited by Wits University Press, UWC’s Centre for Humanities Research and The Book Lounge to pay tribute to the memory of eminent historian and activist Martin Legassick at the launch of his posthumously published book

The CHR fellowship programme will continue in 2021 primarily through online platforms. Regulations permitting, the CHR plans to host limited live events in compliance with current COVID-19 protocols. Please follow our events page for updates about seminars, workshops, and arts events.

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