Fowler OutSpoken Conversation: Angela Davis, Ken Gonzales-Day, Jean Comaroff, and Wendy Brown: 
Race, Representation, and Repression


Ernest Cole's striking photographs document the corrosive effects of South Africa’s apartheid system from 1958–66. Issues of race, repression, and representation intrinsic to these arresting images are the focus of a panel discussion including esteemed political activist and UC Santa Cruz professor emerita Angela Davis, artist Ken Gonzales-Day, and Harvard University anthropologist Jean Comaroff, moderated by UC Berkeley political theorist Wendy Brown. Seating is first-come, first-served. Doors open at 7:15 pm.

Preceding the panel discussion, there is a opening reception for the 25th Anniversary of University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI). The hosted reception from 6:30–7:30 pm will be on the Fowler Museum's Terrace overlooking Wilson Plaza. Join panel speakers, UCHRI fellows and others at this free event.

Also: Attend the 25th Anniversary Closing Event on Friday, April 19.

Co-sponsored by the UC Humanities Research Institute as part of the 25th anniversary of the UC Humanities Initiative.



Fowler OutSpoken Conversation: 
Race: Representation, and Repression
Speakers: Angela Davis, Ken Gonzales-Day, Jean Comaroff, and Wendy Brown
Thursday, April 18, 2013
7:30 pm
Free lecture

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