College of Humanities

Category: Graduation

The School of Education recently hosted the first in a series of five colloquia on safer, more inclusive schools, the focus for...
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Dr Marshall Maposa, a lecturer in History Education, was recently honoured by the English Academy of Southern Africa with the...
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The School of Arts within the College of Humanities hosted an exciting ‘Singing for 67 Blankets’ concert that was a vocal showcase featuring singers from the...
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The African Music and Dance third year students under the directorship of Dr Patricia Opondo, will be hosting the 13th...
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The popular annual Poetry Africa Festival hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities takes place in Durban from...
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Social Work lecturer, Professor Johannes John-Langba, has been elected Vice-President of Cape Mental Health (CMH), the oldest community-based mental health organisation...
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The eThekwini Health and Wellbeing Support Services Directory has been launched by info4africa- a self-funded centre in UKZN’s School of...
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African Music and Dance senior lecturer, Dr Patricia Opondo, attended the 2nd International Symposium of the International Council for Traditional...
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UKZN music student and lecturer, Ms Slindo Zondo, recently performed her first solo concert at the Centre for Jazz and...
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UKZN Digital Arts academic staff and postgraduate students recently showcased their work at the International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA)...
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UKZN English Studies academic, Professor Lindy Stiebel was recently honoured with the 2018 IBHUKU Award Statuette in the Literary Tourism...
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The School of Education recently held its annual Student Excellence Awards ceremony on the Edgewood campus to honour its top performing students...
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UKZN’s School of Education and the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC), in collaboration with the University Language Planning and Development Office...
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Professor Labby Ramrathan, an academic from the School of Education, recently presented his inaugural lecture on teachers, teaching and transforming education....
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The Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa (ASRSA) recently hosted the Gandhi Memorial Lecture at Howard College...
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Architecture lecturer, Ms Bridget Horner, has positioned chalkboards in strategic locations across the Howard College campus in a bid to...
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The Ar(t)chive; South Africa’s award-winning theatre dance and physical performance archive, launched the ground-breaking new publication: Body Politics: Fingerprinting South African...
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A group of students and lecturers from the Centre for Communication Media and Society (CCMS) within the School of Applied Human Sciences recently visited...
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A group of UKZN Drama students – under the supervision of visiting academic from the University of Missouri in the...
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The “full house” signs were on display at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on the opening night of UKZN’s 20th JOMBA!...
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Master’s students and twin brothers in the College of Humanities, Luthando and Thando Adam, have opened the Xhamela Kitchen restaurant...
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