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1 Authority, Expertise and Race in the South African TRC Deborah Posel, Professor of Sociology at UCT, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series. Deborah Posel 30 Jun 2017
2 Parenting, politics and petrol bombs: trying to reduce child abuse in Africa In her talk, Prof Lucie Cluver explores: can we really improve parent-child relationships, reduce child abuse and reduce poverty? Lucie Cluver 18 Apr 2017
3 Twenty years later: Reflecting on South Africa's truth, reconciliation and amnesty processes and the jurisprudence they generated in the Constitutional Court OTJR seminar from Dr. Kate O'Regan. Kate O'Regan 24 Feb 2017
4 A Conspiracy to Commit Genocide: Anti-Fertility Research in Apartheid South Africa's Chemical and Biological Weapons Programme Dr Miles Jackson gives a talk fo the OTJR seminar seires on the 4th May 2016. Miles Jackson 12 May 2016
5 Creative Commons South African poster propaganda during the Second World War The paper examines poster propaganda produced in South Africa during the Second World War. Deirdre Pretorius 30 Sep 2014
6 The Importance of Education to Freedom and Equality A speech given by the late Nelson Mandela on 13th April 2002 at the opening of the "Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre" at the Said Business School, University of Oxford. Nelson Mandela 06 Dec 2013
7 Mandela in 1997 – Ceremony of Welcome Speech This short video is taken from 1997 from a speech made by Nelson Mandela, former South African President, during the Ceremony of Welcome, at Convocation House, University of Oxford, 11th July 1997. Nelson Mandela 06 Dec 2013
8 Creative Commons FMR 44 Security rhetoric and detention in South Africa The South Africa example is instructive in demonstrating both the limits and the dangers of the increasing reliance on detention as a migration management tool. Roni Amit 03 Oct 2013
9 Peter D McDonald in conversation with Derek Attridge Peter D. McDonald and Derek Attridge reflect on their different approaches to the questions of literature and public value, and on the bearing this has for teaching and research today. Peter McDonald, Derek Attridge 04 Jun 2013
10 Peter D McDonald in conversation with Antjie Krog Peter D. McDonald talks to Antjie Krog about her relationship to Afrikaans, English and African languages, about the promise and perils of translation, and about the challenges of and for writing in a multilingual democracy. Peter McDonald, Antjie Krog 04 Jun 2013
11 Creative Commons Tracks Across Sand: the dispossession of the Khomani San of the southern Kalahari Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2013. Lecture by Hugh Brody (Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies, University of the Fraser Valley) recorded on 8 May 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Hugh Brody 13 May 2013
12 Creative Commons MPI vs Income Poverty in South Africa using the South African National Income Dynamics Study MPI vs Income Poverty in South Africa using the South African National Income Dynamics Study. Stephan Klasen 24 Apr 2013
13 Peter D. McDonald in conversation with Arvind Krishna Mehrotra Peter D. McDonald talks to Arvind Krishna Mehrotra about his work as a poet, critic and translator, focusing on the idea of triangulation and his interest in the intersections between languages and literary traditions. Peter McDonald, Arvind Mehrotra 23 Apr 2013
14 Growing up in the New South Africa Rachel Bray (Independent Scholar, Oxford) gives a talk for the African Studies seminar series on 7th March, 2013. Rachel Bray 11 Mar 2013
15 Creative Commons HIV and AIDS - Special lecture for Oxford AIDS Research Day 2012 Mark Heywood reflects on the impact of HIV and AIDS for the 4th Annual HIV / AIDS Student Research day. Mark Heywood 27 Nov 2012
16 Creative Commons Kipling, the Elton John of his age? Professor Elleke Boehmer discusses why Kipling's writing, and his poetry of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in particular, launched him to international fame across the British Empire. Elleke Boehmer, Dominic Davies 08 Oct 2012
17 Creative Commons Postcolonial Women Writers Professor Elleke Boehmer notes the distinct lack of women writers on the Post/Colonial Writing page of the Great Writers website, and explores why this is the case. Elleke Boehmer, Dominic Davies 08 Oct 2012
18 Creative Commons Squatter movements in the Vaal Triangle Dr Noor Nieftagodien (University of Witwatersrand) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre on 8th March 2012. Noor Nieftagodien 12 Mar 2012
19 Creative Commons The Politicisation of Public Broadcasting in Post-Apartheid South Africa Corinna Arndt, DPhil Candidate, Oxford, gives a talk forthe Reuters Institute seminar series. Corinna Arndt 06 Mar 2012
20 Creative Commons J.M. Coetzee Professor Peter McDonald gives a talk on the work of South African Nobel Laureate, J.M. Coetzee. Peter McDonald 07 Feb 2012
21 Creative Commons Who Killed Dag Hammarskjöld? The UN, the Cold War, and White Supremacy in Africa Dr Susan Williams (Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London)gives a talk for the African Studies Centre Seminar Series on 19 January. Susan Williams 23 Jan 2012
22 Creative Commons Power, Ambition and Ideas in the political career of Apartheid Prime Minister H F Verwoerd Jonny Steinberg, (African Studies/St Antony's) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre Seminar Series. Jonny Steinberg 08 Nov 2011
23 Creative Commons Aftermaths: South Africa after Transitional Justice Prof. Paul Gready, Director of the Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar Series on South Africa and Transitional Justice. Introduced by Phil Clark. Paul Gready 28 Jun 2011
24 Creative Commons Regional courts as a substitute for the domestic rule of law: The Campbell case before the SADC Tribunal Erika de Wet (University of Pretoria) delivers a lecture concerning Mike Campbell and the land reform program in Zimbabwe. Delivered as part of the Anglo-­German 'State of the State' Fellowship Programme. Erika de Wet 15 Jun 2011
25 Worldliness, Citiness, Postcolonial Life and Thinking from the South Achille Mbembe, Professor of Social Theory, University of Stellenbosch, gives the second 2011 Africa Studies Annual lecture on 26th May 2011. Achille Mbembe 01 Jun 2011
26 'City, Art, Motion: Rethinking the "Now" in Johannesburg' (Annual Lecture 2011) Sarah Nuttal, Research Professor, Department of English, University of Stellenbosch, gives the first 2011 African Studies Annual Lecture on 26th May 2011. Sarah Nuttal 01 Jun 2011
27 Creative Commons Values in Context: Journalists' understanding of press freedom and press responsibility. A 4 country comparison of Bulgaria, Poland, Namibia and South Africa Katrin Voltmer, Leeds University gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Hilary term 2011 seminar series. Katrin Voltmer 11 Apr 2011
28 Dept Seminar: Money-go-round: personal economies of wealth In this Anthropology Dept Seminar (11 February 2011), Professor Deborah James (London School of Economics) discusses the personal economies of wealth, aspiration and indebtedness in South Africa. Deborah James 18 Mar 2011
29 The Fischer Lecture: Human Rights and the Law in South Africa (African Studies Seminar/Rhodes House Trust) George Bizos SC, human rights lawyer and defense barrister for Nelson Mandela, gives the 2011 Bram Fischer lecture at the Rhodes House, Oxford. George Bizos 06 Mar 2011
30 Creative Commons The case of the slave ship Progresso: the Royal Navy, the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the Cape (African Studies Centre Seminar) Prof. Harries examines the surprising role the Cape played in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and the challenges the Royal Navy was forced to deal with in stopping slave ships. Patrick Harries 09 Feb 2011
31 Creative Commons Athol Fugard: "Defining Moments" Humanitas Inaugural Keynote Lecture - Athol Fugard: "Defining Moments" - in his life and work. Venue: Simpkins Lee Lecture Theatre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Athol Fugard 02 Feb 2011
32 Athol Fugard: Playing Fugard Athol Fugard in conversation with award-winning South African actors Janet Suzman and John Kani. Venue: Gulbenkian Theatre, St Cross Building, Oxford. Athol Fugard, Janet Suzman, John Kani 02 Feb 2011
33 Athol Fugard: The Playwriting Process Athol Fugard in conversation with playwrights Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem) and Rebecca Lenkiewicz (Her Naked Skin). Venue: Simpkins Lee Lecture Theatre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Athol Fugard, Jez Butterworth, Rebecca Lenkiewicz 02 Feb 2011
34 100 Years of 'Struggle' Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa (African History and Politics Seminar) 'A Luta Continua! Reflections on 100 Years of "Struggle" Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa', presented by Dr Jesmond Blumenfeld (Brunel). Jesmond Blumenfeld 29 Jan 2011
35 Creative Commons Development as an Alien Culture: the purposes of governance in South Africa Dr Jonny Steinberg gives the 2010 Africa Studies Centre Annual lecture held on 11th June 2010, Nissan Lecture Theatre, St Antony's College, Oxford University. Jonny Steinberg 26 Jul 2010
36 Socio-Economic Rights in the South African Constitutional Court: Is the Honeymoon Over? Sandra Fredman gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research 2010 seminar series followed by Sabine Michalowski giving her talk entitled 'Bringing Socio-Economic Factors into the Transitional Justice Debate'. Sandra Fredman, Sabine Michalowski 11 Mar 2010
37 Creative Commons Censorship in South Africa: Introduction Peter McDonald talks briefly about what first interested him in Censorship of Literature in South Africa. Peter McDonald 12 Jan 2010
38 Creative Commons Peter McDonald on Censorship in South Africa Peter McDonald talks with Oliver Lewis about censorship, its philosophical basis and general history within Apartheid South Africa. Peter McDonald, Oliver Lewis 12 Jan 2010
39 Creative Commons Political Perspectives to State Censorship of Literature Peter McDonald and David Robertson discuss the idea of state censorship, especially Apartheid era South Africa, looking at the political perspectives and implications of state censorship of literature. Peter McDonald, David Robertson 17 Nov 2009
40 Creative Commons Literature and State Censorship: A literary perspective Peter McDonald and Elleke Bohemer discuss state censorship from a literary perspective; also discussing the issues of nationalism, modernism and Apartheid. Peter McDonald, Elleke Boehmer 17 Nov 2009
41 Creative Commons Legal issues in state censorship Peter McDonald and Liora Lazarus discuss the legal issues of state censorship especially in Apartheid era South Africa. Peter McDonald, Liora Lazarus 17 Nov 2009
42 Creative Commons Legal issues in state censorship Peter McDonald and Liora Lazarus discuss the legal issues of state censorship especially in Apartheid era South Africa. Peter McDonald, Liora Lazarus 17 Nov 2009
43 Creative Commons Peter McDonald on Censorship in South Africa Peter McDonald talks about censorship, its philosophical basis and general history within Apartheid South Africa. Peter McDonald, Oliver Lewis 11 Aug 2009
44 Detective Fictions: In Pursuit of Sovereignty in the Postcolony Professor Jean Comaroff gives the 2008 African Studies Annual Lecture on the situation in South Africa, the rise of crime and violence as well as the rise private security companies and belief in the supernatural forces of witchcraft. Jean Comaroff 05 May 2009
45 Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights Part 2 In a keynote lecture the Chief Justice of South Africa addressed the relationship between the entrenchment and enforceability of socio-economic rights in South Africa. Pius Langa 03 Jul 2008
46 Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights Part 1 In a keynote lecture the Chief Justice of South Africa addressed the relationship between the entrenchment and enforceability of socio-economic rights in South Africa. Pius Langa 03 Jul 2008
47 Transformative Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Rights In a keynote lecture the Chief Justice of South Africa addressed the relationship between the entrenchment and enforceability of socio-economic rights in South Africa. Pius Langa 02 Jul 2008