Posthumanism Reading Group

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Critical posthumanism offers a new post-western epistemology and ontology, which makes us think radically different about the (material) world and our place as humans in it (see e.g. Barad, 2007, Braidotti, 2013). The reading group is a collegial and intellectual space for two funded NRF projects. One with Prof Vivienne Bozalek from UWC as Principal Investigator and the other with Prof Karin Murris as Principal Investigator (Decolonising Early Childhood Discourses: Critical Posthumanism in Higher Education). Postgraduate students and academics interested in our research topics are very welcome to join any time.

We are currently studying:

Key texts in critical posthumanism and postqualitative research methodologies

 

Reading group Cape Town (weekly)

Time: Thursdays from 16.00pm-17:30pm

Venue: Room 3.21 Neville Alexander Building, Upper Campus, University of Cape Town

 

For further information please contact the organiser and facilitator of these meetings:

Professor Karin Murris. Email: Karin.murris@uct.ac.za; +27 21 650 2835

 

Reading group Johannesburg (once a month)

First meeting 8th March 2019. First reading: Karen Barad (2017). Meeting the Universe Halfway.

Time:  3:00 – 4:30 

Venue: WU8 Wozani Building at the Wits School of Education.

Please contact: Dr Theresa Giorza: Theresa.Giorza@wits.ac.za

On-line options for joining available.

Organized by Drs Kerryn Dixon and Theresa Giorza


 

 

 

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