Professor Jacqueline Rose, professor of humanities and co-director for the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities at the University of London, will be delivering the Vice-Chancellor’s Open Lecture on 16 March.
A regular contributor to the Guardian and the London Review of Books, she is renowned for her own suite of books. This includes her 2005 tribute to anti-colonial theorist Edward Said, The Question of Zion, which offers a reading of the psychic terrain of Zionism.
Her open lecture is titled “The Legacy or What I Have Learned From You” and Dr Victoria Collis-Buthelezi of the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research will respond to the lecture.
The lecture will take place at 18:30 for 19:00 in Kramer LT1 in the Kramer Law Building on middle campus.
Professor Rose will engage in an open question-and-answer session on the VC’s Open Lecture on 17 March, with Dr Collis-Buthelezi facilitating the discussion.
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