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The faculty of Humanities hosts many seminars, lectures and public events throughout the year. Below are photo and video galleries of some of these.​

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​Photo Gallery

Top Achievers and Dean’s List Functions

Faculty Pub​lic Lectures, special events and seminar series

​Prize Giving

Helen Joseph Annual Memorial Lecture



Video Gallery

Dean's list & Top Achievers 2021

Dean's list & Top Achievers 2020

Penny Plowman's ``Reflection, participation and change: The power of the Qaulitative Diary Method in organisational and group research``

Hansie Wolmarans's ``Why do human beings believe in the existence of Gods/a God/ God?``

Alex Braodbent, National Research Foundation Awards Ceremony 2013 .

Ms. Phyllis Dannhauser was interviewed on a show called‘Dagbreek’ on KykNet. In the interview Phyllis talks about the Film andTelevision Studies course offered at the Department of Journalism, Film andTelevision

SARChi for African Diplomacy and Foreign Policy - Zumanomics Revisited: The Road from Mangaung to 2030

Media Briefing: Community Protests: 2004 - 2013: SomeResearch Findings featuring Prof Peter Alexander, Dr Carin Runciman and MrTrevor Ngwane from SARChi

Repairing the nation: The Meaning of reparations to GlobalAfrica featuring Professor Thaddeus Metz, Department of Philosophy

Public lecture by Prof Pius Adesamni

CSDA – Prof Patel, Research findings on the votingbehaviour of poor people: What do political parties need to know?

CSDA Mental Health and Homelessness Policy Brief

CSDA Poverty and Disability Policy Brief

Prof Michael Burawoy - Neo-Liberalism and SocialMovements

‘The reason for protests’ Prof. Peter Alexander (SARChifor Social Change) on SABC AM News

A Discussion with Ahmed Kathrada based on his memoirs:





Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture 2010

Amina Cachalia's tribute to Helen Jospeh

Shahra Razavi ``Worlds Apart: Rethinking Care in a Development Context``

Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture 2012

Opening by Prof Ihron Rensburg, VC of UJ

Welcoming by Prof Rory Ryan, Dean:Humanities

Introduction by Prof Leila Patel, Director: CSDA

Adv. Thuli Madonsela ``Reflecting on the Legacy of a Giant``

Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture 2015

Adv Vusi Pikoli ``Is an independent judiciary a threat to democracy?``

Helen Joseph Memorial Lecture 2013

Prof Leila Patel ``Do social grants create more problems than they solve``