Are there lessons from South African anti-state activism for global human rights movements? Join the Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics Nov. 15, 4:30 – 6:00pm, for a panel conversation about the novel ways in which South Africans are critiquing their chaotic and corrupt government. In everyday action, language and discourse, South Africans are developing new languages of resistance, redefining their relationship with media and politicians, and are finding new ways to reshape their country. These gestures, whether lived or mediated, build on and evoke earlier sites of struggle in South Africa.
- Kerry Chance, Department of Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University
- Rosalind Morris, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University
- Moderated by Catherine Mathers, International Comparative Studies, Duke University
The event is part of the on-going discussion series ‘Conversation in Human Rights,’ which brings together panelists from other institutions and Duke faculty to engage with hot-button international human rights issues. The series draws together the social sciences, humanities, law and policy.
The event takes place at the Ahmadieh Family Conference Room (101) in the West Duke Building.
Please RSVP to Deirdre White at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on November 10.