Wits Press authors at the South African Book Fair 13-15 June 2014

MEET OUR AUTHORS AND HAVE YOUR BOOKS SIGNED AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN BOOK FAIR IN CAPE TOWN

Join Wits University Press for a drink with our authors

WHEN: Saturday 14 June 2014 at 4pm

WHERE: Stand D37 at the South African Book Fair, Cape Town Convention Centre

Our authors at the Book Fair are:

GABEBA BADEROON – Author of Regarding Muslims: from slavery to postapartheid

ADAM HABIB – Author of South Africa’s Suspended Revolution: Hopes and Prospects

SIMONNE HORWITZ – Author of Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto: A History of Medical Care 1941 – 1990

GILBERT KHADIAGALA – Co-editor of the New South African Review 4: Twenty Years On – A Fragile Democracy

CAROLINE KIHATO – Author of Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Life in an In-between City

XOLELA MANGCU – Editor of Becoming Worthy Ancestors: Archive, Public Deliberation and Identity in South Africa

SHAUN VILJOEN – Author of Richard Rive: A partial biography (shortlisted for the 2014 Alan Paton Award)

E V E N T S and timetable

Friday    13 June 14:30 – 16.30 Doctors, nurses and the life of hospitals: A History of Medical Education in South Africa

Saturday  14 June 10.00 – 11:30 Beyond 2014 – Looking back to look forward  Africa is not a country.

Saturday 14 June 11:30 – 13.00  South Africa in Africa – how do we tell our story?

Saturday 14 June 14:30 – 16.00    How to be Gay

Saturday 14 June 16:00-18:00    Join Wits University Press for a drink with our authors on Stand D37

Sunday 15 June 11:30 – 13.00      The Southern Africa Trust Debate: 20 years of democracy:

Sunday 15 June 14:30 – 16.00    Facing the past for a better future

Sunday 15 June 14:30 – 16.00    The Muezzin calls: Muslims in the South African imagination

Sunday 15 June 16.00 – 17:30    The lure of the city: The changing face of South African cities

For more information contact Corina van der Spoel. [email protected]

 

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