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4 10, 2019

Long Walk to Freedom: Xenophobia Continues Against African Migrants in Johannesburg, South Africa

By |2019-10-04T15:11:29+00:00October 4th, 2019|Featured, Justice, Practice|0 Comments

South Africans need to have a national dialogue about what it means to have immigrants in their midst and what part of this falls outside the country’s earlier vision of being a Rainbow Nation. South African cannot continue to preach the gospel of African Renaissance while it practices the talk of xenophobia

4 05, 2016

Silence as Speech: Reading Sor Juana’s Primero Sueño in the Light of her Final Silence

By |2019-09-24T14:32:34+00:00May 4th, 2016|Arts & Letters, Featured, Theory|7 Comments

Sor Juana’s silence is difficult to “read,” but it is easy to hear. What can it show us about the way the absence of speech can itself be a mode of participation in public discourse?