Tomorrow at 3 PM: “Translation / translocation: Johannesburg and the Impossibility of ‘cultural translation’”
Please join us for a discussion with Hlonipha Mokoena, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University, which will trace the historical antecedents of Johannesburg’s uneasy relationship with “Zulu” workers—men and women—and offer a contemporary reading of how certain forms of labor are now animating the defunct suburbs of the city.
Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/12NIl3v
Image: Santu Mofokeng, Doornfontien, Downtown, 1997. Silverprint. © Santu Mofokeng. Courtesy Lunetta Bartz, MAKER, Johannesburg

Tomorrow at 3 PM: “Translation / translocation: Johannesburg and the Impossibility of ‘cultural translation’”

Please join us for a discussion with Hlonipha Mokoena, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University, which will trace the historical antecedents of Johannesburg’s uneasy relationship with “Zulu” workers—men and women—and offer a contemporary reading of how certain forms of labor are now animating the defunct suburbs of the city.

Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/12NIl3v

Image: Santu Mofokeng, Doornfontien, Downtown, 1997. Silverprint. © Santu Mofokeng. Courtesy Lunetta Bartz, MAKER, Johannesburg