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AFRICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

CFP: DIGITAL HUMANITIES CONFERENCE 2022 THEME: DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN PRECARIOUS TIMES

The Digital Humanities Association of Southern Africa (DHASA) announces a Call for Papers for the 2022 conference, to be hosted by the Faculty of Humanities of North-West University (NWU), 2-4 November 2022. The conference will be preceded by a DHASA summer school, 31 October-1 November. Details of the conference theme and submissions below:

Invitation to Images of Soweto Pride exhibition and South African Women's Day event

Dear all

If you're in London in the next couple of weeks you're very welcome to come to the opening party of  'Pride Belongs to the People': Images of Soweto Pride, August 4th, Newington Green Meeting House, details and registration here:

https://www.outsavvy.com/event/9795/pride-belongs-to-the-people-images-of-soweto-pride-opening-party