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DECOLONIALITY - NEW ROLES FOR HISTORY AND THEORY IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION ?
DECOLONIALITY - NEW ROLES FOR
HISTORY AND THEORY IN DESIGN
AND ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION ?
Friday mini-conference 8/9/2017 FADA LG 010 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Art and Design
Friday
mini-conference
8/9/2017
FADA LG 010
Scholarship of Teaching and
Learning in Art and Design
Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
Corner Bunting Road and Canary Street,
Auckland Park, Johannesburg
Enquiries: stand@uj.ac.za
ALL ARE WELCOME

New roles for history and theory? History and theory after colonialism and apartheid. Tariq Toffa, Department of Architecture, UJ. 8:40 – 9:00

Theory with history; modernity, reproduction and the right to the city in South African History Dr Nafisa Essop Sheik, Department of Historical Studies, UJ. 9:00 – 9:30

Uncomfortable inheritances: thinking decoloniality in a post/apartheid setting Dr Ruth Lipschitz, Department of Multimedia, UJ. 9:30– 10:00

Teaching foundational History and Theory of Architecture as a survey course Sonja Spamer, The School of Architecture, Planning & Geomatics, UCT. 10:00– 10:30

Architecture, Planning & Geomatics, UCT. 10:00– 10:30 Tafuri in Africa: architectural history and epistemic shift

Tafuri in Africa: architectural history and epistemic shift Hannah Le Roux, Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Planning, Wits. 11:00 – 11:30

Teaching deep history to first year architecture students:

A phenomenological approach Dr Sechaba Maape, The School of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning,
A phenomenological approach
Dr Sechaba Maape, The School of Architecture,
School of Architecture and Planning, Wits.
11:30 – 12:00
approach Dr Sechaba Maape, The School of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning, Wits. 11:30 –
School of Architecture and Planning, Wits. 11:30 – 12:00 Plus special FADA School Talk, Department of

Plus special FADA School Talk, Department of Architecture Sonja Spamer, The School of Architecture, Planning & Geomatics, UCT Thursday 7 September 2:30pm - 3:15pm