The APC’s two-volume publication, Tribing and Untribing the Archive: Identity and the Material Record in Southern KwaZulu-Natal in the Late Independent and Colonial Periods (2016) has had an exciting extended launch “season” and will be the subject of a number of special panels in the months to come. We are pleased to report that it is already being used in the teaching of several university courses in South Africa and abroad.
The first APC Research Development Workshop of 2017 was held at the Wild Fig conference facility in Mowbray from 5 – 7 April. Susana Molins Lliteras reports back on proceedings.
Five APC delegates attended the Pre-colonial Catalytic Conference from 15-17 March, held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Ellzabeth, co-hosted by the Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy (CANRAD) and the Centre for African Studies (CAS at UCT). We asked APC Masters scholars Himal Ramji, Ayanda Mahlaba and Nqubeko Hlekwana to respond to the sessions they attended.
Post-doctoral Fellow Susana Molins Lliteras reports on her visit to Malta at the end of April to attend the Delos4 Workshop held at the Franciscan Retreat House of Porziuncola - Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq.