A warm congratulations to our PhD and Master's students who graduated in December 2016.
The Families and Societies Research Unit, based at the Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR) at the University of Cape Town is seeking applications for PhD applicants.
Re-centring AfroAsia is a multi-pronged research, mapping, and archiving project that aims to not only revolutionise Humanities research in South Africa but also create an AfroAsian community of scholarship. A significant element of the project is the training of an emerging cohort of researchers through Honours, Masters, and Doctoral bursaries.
When the Sociology department's Dr. Amrita Pande embarked on research into India’s commercial surrogacy practices, she may never have anticipated the level of international interest that her work would garner. Made in India is Pande’s new interactive, multi-media lecture series that debuted at the fourth ‘Women Deliver’ Conference, held in Copenhagen recently. It has since been selected for permanent exhibition in the National Museum of Denmark.