The Center for Humanities Research and Department of History at UWC, together with the Department of English at the University of Cambridge and the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics, invite you to a night of art, music, and conversations on anticolonial, anti-apartheid, left & liberation struggles.
The exhibition launch will feature CHR Doctoral Fellow Phokeng Setai, Curator of Quiet Dog Bite Hard: Clandestine Networks of Revolutionary Papers; Michael Bhatch, Sonic Lecture: Revolutionary Records & Vinyl Set: Projecting and Shaping Black Futures Through Sound and Album Art; and Nombuso Mathibela, Sonic Lecture & Vinyl Set: Continental Staffriders’ Liberation Bonfires and Dance; and Sara Kazmi, Songs of Protest from South Asia.
Revolutionary Papers is a transnational research and teaching initiative of anticolonial and anti-imperial periodicals from the global south co-organised by Koni Benson (UWC), Chana Morgenstern (Cambridge), and Mahvish Ahmad (LSE).
The CHR fellowship programme will continue in 2022 through online platforms and, where permitted, limited live events hosted in compliance with COVID-19 protocols. Please follow our events page for updates about events.