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UCT Press and the Book Lounge cordially invite you to the launch of Jacketed Women - Qualitative research methodologies on gender and sexualities in Africa, edited by Jane Bennett and Charmaine Pereira, featuring a discussion between co-editor, Jane Bennett and guest speakers Pumla Gqola and Divine Fuh.

 
Please RSVP to Portia Gqamane (uctpress@juta.co.za / 021 659 2340)
 

Yaliwe Clarke is a Lecturer in the Gender Studies Section in the School of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics (Faculty of Humanities).

April 9th 2016
Speakers: Prof Eddie Mhlanga and Jody Fredericks
Time: 12 pm – 14:00pm
Venue: Wolfson Paviliion, Medical School, UCT
 
April 11th 2016
Speakers: Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, MD, and Dudu Dlamini (SWEAT)
Time: 17:30pm – 19:00pm
Venue: African Gender Institute, Centre for African Studies, Oppenheimer building, Upper Campus, Level 4, AXL seminar room, P11, UCT
 
April 18th 2016
Speakers: Dr Leigh Davids (SWEAT and SistazHood) and Nomtika Mjwana (ACTIVATE youth activist SRJC)
Time: 17:30pm – 19:00pm
Venue: African Gender Institute, Centre for African Studies, Oppenheimer building, Upper Campus, Level 4, AXL seminar room, P11, UCT
 
Refreshments will be served
Please contact Hilda Ferguson for more information - hilda.ferguson@uct.ac.za / 021 6504102

The African Gender Institute would like to invite you to a seminar presentation, 'Reclaiming sex and queering the word: Contemporary Black women’s poetry on sexuality' by Dr Barbara Boswell

Barbara has a PhD in Women's Studies from the University of Maryland, a Master's degree in Gender and Women's Studies from the University of the Western Cape, and an undergraduate journalism degree from Peninsula Technikon. She has worked as a Project Officer for the Young Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) Leadership Project at the African Gender Institute (University of Cape Town), a lecturer and postdoctoral fellow at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and the University of Virginia in the US. Her research interests include youth sexualities, feminist and women's movements, and feminist approaches to black South African literature.

All are welcome and refreshments will be served 

 

 

The African Gender Institute (AGI) invites you to a discussion titled: #SONA: the (ir)relevance of feminism 101?Speakers: Nadia Sanger (Independent feminist scholar and regular thought-leader with the Weekly Mail and Guardian) and Marianne Thamm (Independent journalist)

The African Gender Institute invites you to a seminar presentation: ‘Embodying Qualitative Methodologies: Challenges, Reflections and Strategies’ by Rachelle Chadwick.

The African Gender Institute invites you to a seminar presentation: ‘Wombs in Labour: Paradox of Commercial Surrogacy in India’ by Amrita Pande from the Department of Sociology at UCT.
 
 
 

The False Bay (FET) College, the African Gender Institute, WISH Associates and the HIV/AIDS, Inclusivity and Change Unit (HAICU), UCT are delighted to host Dr Eve in Conversation with Kgomotso Motsunyane (the Female Condom Ambassador) & Marion Stevens (WISH Associates Coordinator). The title of the conversation is 'Exam Stress: Safety, Sex and Pleasure'.

Just Associates (JASS) Southern Africa & the African Gender Institute (University of Cape Town) cordially invite you to the Cape Town launch of Shemurenga by Shereen Essof with a documentary screening – Written Out of History: A Herstory of the Zimbabwe Women’s Movement produced by Selina Mudavanhu.

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