2017 African Studies Annual Lecture
|Address||62 Woodstock Road|
|At||St Antony's College, Oxford|
62 Woodstock Road
St Antony's College, Oxford
‘Dying to forget: History, memory and the intergenerational transfer of trauma in South Africa’ Speaker: Jacob Dlamini Nissan Institute Lecture Theatre, 27 Winchester Road, Oxford OX2 6NA Please join us. Register at: https://africanstudiesoxford2017.eventbrite.co.uk WHY do individuals who did not experience apartheid personally claim to suffer from trauma as a result of apartheid? How are historians to make sense of the anger of the born-free generation—those born after the formal collapse of apartheid in 1994—towards their parents’ generation, as well as the born-frees’ rejection of the political settlement that brought about the New South Africa? Is this anger an expression of a historical trauma? If so, how is the trauma of the past transmitted across generations? Drawing on insights from a range of disciplines, including Philosophy, Psychology, Holocaust Studies, Memory Studies and the Sociology of Emotions, I intend to address the above questions in ways that might help us think differently about our attempts to forge a new nation in South Africa.
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