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The Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism (under the umbrella of WISER) and the Seminar in Experimental Critical Theory (UCHRI) joined forces to …

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12 thoughts on “Black Consciousness Yesterday and Today – Xolela Mangcu

  1. What great speakers we have in South Africa but why are our screens so filled with international speakers which know less about South Africa & most frequently they see South Africa at their own point of view meaning in the way in which their generations have defined & placed or presented South Africa in their face. Having such great people they could help us young South Africans see that the world is filled with tans to explore,discover & come to know.
    You can only imagine a South Africa of intellectuals in which everything presented to them they always turn to challenge(checking it's grounds ) ensuring that it has not been presented as an illusion taking away our attention from what is truly mind boggling & interesting to discover.

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