From 6 to 8 April this year, the APC hosted the first of our two Research Development Workshops for 2016. A forum for discussion, comment and exchange, the Research Development Workshop is an important incubator for fellows’ and affiliates’ work in development.
UCT's Black Academic Caucus held a two-day workshop to discuss epistemic violence, the curriculum and pedagogy in May. The workshop ran alongside the programme of the Institute for Creative Arts' 3rd Space Symposium. APC fellows attended a number of the sessions, and we have compiled here some of their notes and reflections.
June Bam-Hutchison presented a paper at the HUMA Anthropology seminar held at UCT on 1 March 2016. The paper proposes the transformative practice of Lalela in higher education teaching as a form of restorative justice and healing.
Dr Litheko Modisane, lecturer in Film and Television Studies with the Centre for Film and Media Studies, recently won UCT's prestigious book award for his new book South Africa's Renegade Reels. He wrote the book while on a post-doctoral fellowship at the APC.