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Phd and Masters Scholarships available

The Centre for Critical Research on Race Identity has a number of scholarships available for Phd and Masters students, for their project Education and Emancipation: a critical, intervention-oriented investigation of obstacles and opportunities within the higher-education-and-training sector in South Africa. More on the project here … More on the scholarships here …

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ARCHIVAL ASPIRATIONS AND ANXIETIES

CONTEMPORARY PRESERVATION AND PRODUCTION OF THE PAST IN UMBUMBULU, KWAZULU-NATAL Grant McNulty is presenting a paper at the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity seminar. This paper offers an ethnographic investigation of the contemporary preservation and production of the past in Umbumbulu, a peri-urban area to the south of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. As […]

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ccrri Annual Report

We’ve just published the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity’s annual report for 2011. Niall McNulty works as the digital resource officer at the Centre and is involved in the DHET-funded Education and Emancipation project, a critical, intervention-oriented investigation of obstacles and opportunities within the higher-education-and-training sector in South Africa. Download the ccrri 2011 Annual […]

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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 […]

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