As part of a three-year collaborative research project titled Spatial Justice in the Postcolony: Legacies of the Nomos of Apartheid, the Newton Advanced Fellowship lecture will be held on 15 July in Lecture Theatre 1, Kramer Building, University of Cape Town (UCT) at 17:00.
Titled “Spatial Justice and Resistance”, the lecture will be presented by Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, director of the Westminster Law and Theory Lab and professor of Law and Theory at the University of Westminster, London.
The research project scrutinises, from a multidisciplinary viewpoint, the role of law in the perpetuation and overcoming of the spatial legacy of apartheid. It is funded by the British Academy in the form of the Newton Advanced Fellowships, one of which is held by UCT’s Professor Jaco Barnard-Naudé (Centre for Rhetoric Studies, Department of Private Law) in the Law School at the University of Westminster.
The project will work with UCT’s School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics, along with the District Six Museum and other stakeholders, on a Spatial Justice Laboratory in Cape Town between 10 and 24 July.
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