TB Davie Memorial Lectures

 

Lectures: Full list

 
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Speaker
A van de Sandt Centlivres
C de Kiewiet
Z K Matthews
H F Oppenheimer
Sir Robert Tredgold
R H Thouless
Sir Robert Birley
A van Selms Nisibis
E H Erikson
Barbara Ward, Lady Jackson
W A Visser T'Hooft
Alpheus H Zulu
John, Lord Redcliffe Maud
Rene Dumont
R Coles
Juliet Mitchell
A H Halsey
Lord Goodman
G M Budlender
Martin Legassick
Ivan Illich
Terrence Ranger
Howard Zinn
Julius Tomin
Helen Joseph
Raymond Suttner
Albert Nolan
H M Coovadia
E R Wolf
Walter Sisulu
E W Said
G C Spivak
C H Long
E Foner
O Patterson
Noam Chomsky
Alan Ryan
Wole Soyinka
Kader Asmal
F van Zyl Slabbert
Jonathan Jansen
A C Kors
A Mbembe
N Chetty
Robin Briggs
Nadine Strossen
Ferial Haffajee
Jonathan Glover
Max du Preez
Kenan Malik
Mahmood Mamdani
Pumla Dineo Gqola
 
Subject
Thomas Benjamin Davie
Academic freedom
African awakening and the universities
The conditions for progress in Africa
Ideas, ideologies & idolatries
Rationality & prejudice
The shaking off of burdens
The oldest university
Insight and freedom
A new history
A responsible university in a responsible society
The dilemma of a black South African
National progress and the university
University autonomy and rural development in Africa
Children and political authority
Women and equality
Academic freedom & the idea of a university
The University's special role
Looking forward
Academic Struggle and The Worker's Struggle (published not delivered)
Shadow work, industrial division of toil (published not delivered)
Toward a radical practice of academic freedom: the experience
Academic freedom: collaboration & resistance
Academic freedom in a repressive society
The doors of learning & culture shall be open
The freedom charter - the people's charter in the 1980s
Academic freedom: a service to the people
From ivory tower to a people's university
Freedom and freedoms: An anthropological perspective
The road to liberation
Identity, authority & freedom: the potentate & the traveller
Thinking academic freedom in gendered post-coloniality
The gift of speech and the travail of language
The story of American freedom
The paradoxes of freedom in America
Market democracy in a neoliberal order: Doctrines and reality
Academic freedom: Human right or professorial privilege?
Arms and the arts: a continent's unequal dialogue
Breaking with the past, planning for the future
Is academic freedom still an issue in the new South Africa?
Accounting for Autonomy: How Higher Education lost its Innocence
The Essential Relationship of Academic Freedom to Human Liberty
Race and Freedom in Black Thought
Universities in a Time of Change
The Knowledge Economy and Academic Freedom
Some Reflections on the British and French Cases: Post -9/11 Threats to Academic Freedom
Creeping Censorship and the Spearing of Freedom
Universities, the Market and Academic Freedom
The mediocrity of intellectual discourse: misrepresenting South Africa in the academy and beyond
Free Speech in an Age of Identity Politics
Decolonising the postcolonial university
Between Academic Inheritance and the Urgency of Definitions



 
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