Black is Blue
Sonic Estuaries @edition_verso This post first appeared on Meghan Judge's Intagram page.
Spier Lights Festival
Thrilled that our lonesome sailor is currently floating on a huge screen outdoors along with several other beautifully curated films at...
Season 2 - The WiSER Podcast
Season Two of The WiSER Podcast Series. The series launched in April 2020, partly in response to lockdown conditions and with the...
Oil Spill clean up
Oceanic Huamanities student, Ryan Poinasamy, helping out at an oil spill site as Mauritui0s takes stock of the spill two months after the...
Reading For Water - Hydrocolonial workshop
Reading for water is the first workshop of hydrocolonialism project. Researchers were invited to choose a South African novel and reread...
Season 1 - The WiSER Podcast
The first Season of the WiSER Podcast featured Isabel Hofmeyr, Hydrocolonialism and Ocean Humanities Research collective Below The Water...
Indian Ocean Circularities
Mapule Mohulatsi speaking at the Indian Ocean Circularities on the 'watermeisie' (mermaid figure, water maiden or water girl), a figure...
200 Young South Africans 2019
Oupa Sibeko is a performance artist who aims through his work to challenge heteronormative masculinity. Through the media of performance...
CURRICULUM: READING OVER WATER
Bénédicte Letellier, Associate Professor in Comparative Literature at the University of La Réunion and Oceanic Humanities Associate has...
HETSIKA: VIRTUAL WINDS
Oceanic Humanities for the Global South PhD Fellow Meghan Judge curated Hetsika: Virtual Winds, a virtual residency which connected...
ILHA DE MOÇAMBIQUE: THINKING OCEANICALLY / PENSANDO A PARTIR DO OCEANO
From 12 to 14 June 2019 Oceanic Humanities for the Global South and partners, Maputo-based Kaleidoscopio hosted the workshop ‘Ilha de...
VISUAL ESSAY: NOTES FROM THE UPSIDE-DOWN
Isabel Hofmeyr and Charne Lavery attended a conference of the Standing Committee on Humanities and Social Sciences (SC-HASS) of the...
NOTES FROM THE SOUTH: READING, WRITING, AND REMEMBERING WITH CLIMATE CHANGE
Mapule Mohulatsi, Oceanic Humanities for the Global South PhD fellow reports back from the conference 'Oceanic Humanities: Perspectives...
PERFORMANCE: THE DISH
Oupa Sibeko, artist and Oceanic Humanities for the Global South MA fellow, performed his most recent collaborative work 'The Dish' at...
CONFERENCE PAPER: PERMEABILITY, OCEAN, CONCRETE
Oceanic Humanities postdoctoral fellow Jonathan Cane presented a conference paper ‘Permeability, Ocean, Concrete’ at the third MONASS...