Violence and Urban Transformations in SA

Friday 29 October 2021

Field Reflections on Gendered Violence and Urban Transformations in South Africa

 

The GendV Project invites you to our two-part panel event, presenting field reflections on gendered violence and urban transformations from South Africa and India. Our team of researchers will present some initial ideas, reflections and insights for critical engagement with respondents and audience members. We welcome you to both the India panel as well as the South Africa panel.

Speakers:

Dr Sinethemba Sidloy – Intombi zinecebo: Economic action through dependency, instrumentality and vulnerability

Dr Josephine Adeagbo – Does Class make a difference in Gendered Violence?: A Scoping Review of the Intersection of Class and Urban Transformation in South Africa

Dr Shannon Philip – Becoming Sandton Girls: Class, Consumption and Gendered Vulnerabilities in a Transforming South Africa

Respondents:

Margaret Abraham, Professor of Sociology at Hofstra University

Lisa Vetten, Research/Project Consultant, University of Johannesburg

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