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  The Position of Women in Post-Apartheid South Africa: An Assessment of Gains and Losses When: 4/29/2011 1:00:00 PM
Where: Student Center Room 205


Thumbnail UK at the Half

This edition of “UK at the Half” spotlights the University Press of Kentucky. One of their upcoming publications will be Ahmed Kathrada’s “No Bread For Mandela,” which will coincide will Kathrada’s visit to campus.

Thumbnail Connie Field, director, speaks after "Free At Last"

We welcomed "Have You Heard From Johannesburg" filmmaker Connie Field. She put more than 10 years of work into making this seven-part documentary possible, and discussed her film with us after the final episode.

Thumbnail 89.3 FM WFPL Nashville News

UK's Kentucky & South Africa initiative is explored by WFPL Nashville News

Thumbnail Ikenna Uzuebugnam on "The Bottom Line"

At the showing of the sixth film of seven in the series “Have You Heard From Johannnesburg”, Professor Uzuebugnam, a new professor in the Gatton College of Business and Economics, led a discussion on progress since the end of apartheid.

Thumbnail Panel speaks on "Fair Play"

Herald-Leader Sports Journalist Chip Cosby leads a Panel on Sports, Race, and Human Rights including Boyce Watkins, Billy Reed and Louis Stout.

Thumbnail Jakobi Williams Lecture on "The New Generation"

The brutal suppression of a youth uprising in Soweto galvanizes public support for sanctions against South Africa.

Thumbnail Marybeth Gasman Lecture on "Hell of a Job"

Marybeth Gasman was the guest speaker for "Hell of a Job," the second story in the seven-part documentary "Have You Heard From Johannesburg."

Thumbnail Kornbluh Lecture on "Road to Resistance"

A&S Dean Mark Lawrence Kornbluh was the guest speaker as the seven-part documentary "Have Your Heard From Johannesburg" kicked off with Part 1, The Road To Resistance

Thumbnail Public Service Announcement

A quick overview of the College of Arts & Sciences South African Initiative.

Thumbnail Different Lands, Common Ground

Lauren Kientz discusses her unique A&S 100 course as well as the South African Initiative in general.

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