Classification and its consequences

The Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity is holding a symposium on classification next week.   Niall McNulty will be taking part in a session on classifying information, where he will discuss the Ulwazi programme and the process and purpose of classifying intangible heritage.  Two sessions are also open to the public:

Classifying people: necessity of categories?
The Centre for Critical Research on Race & Identity invites you to the Howard College Theatre, Howard College Campus, UKZN.
Date: 2 February, 18h00 to 19h30
Speakers: Ian Hacking (University of Toronto), Halleh Ghorashi (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) & Dvora Yanow (University of Amsterdam)

Classification, legislation and the Constitutional ideal of non-racialism
The Centre for Critical Research on Race & Identity invites you to the Howard College Theatre, Howard College Campus, UKZN.
Date: 1 February, 18h00 to 19h30
Speakers: Pierre de Vos (UCT) & Max du Plessis (UKZN)

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