You are cordially invited to attend the Eleventh Annual Teach-In hosted by the Department of Political and International Studies.
Venue: Barratt Lecture Theatre 1
Dates: Monday 22nd - Friday 26th July
Time: 13:00 - 14:00 daily
THE ANNUAL TEACH-IN takes the form of a week of public lectures hosted by the Department of Political and International Studies.
These lectures bring a particular issue of interest and concern in the public sphere to the attention of the University and the wider community
Monday 22 July - Ms Lisa Vetten, Independent Researcher - "When men man up and vulnerable women are protected: The gender politics of rape and risk in South Africa"
Tuesday 23 July - Prof Pumla Gqola, Associate Professor of African Literary and Gender Studies: University of the Witwatersrand - "Fantasising about stranger danger, living with haunting and familiar perpetrators"
Wednesday 24 July - Mr Mbuyiselo Botha, Government and Media Relations
Manager: Sonke Gender Justice Network - "Why it is critical to work with men to address gender based violence"
Thursday 25 July - Dr Catherine Burns, Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research: University of the Witwatersrand - "Why does the history of rape matter?"
Friday 26 July - Mr Eusebius McKaiser, Political Analyst, Broadcaster, Lecturer and Writer - "Rape on campus: An incomplete conversation"
The Discussant is Ms Michelle Solomon, a gender-based violence and rape survivor rights activist, Journalist and Researcher.
All are welcome to attend.