Evoking Transformation: Visual Redress at Stellenbosch University

Authors

Prof Aslam Fataar (ed)
Stellenbosch University
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6880-9223
Prof Elmarie Costandius (ed)
Stellenbosch University
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3561-7652

Keywords:

visual redress, Stellenbosch University, transformation

Synopsis

“This book is especially timely and will be very influential in the acknowledgment of the importance of institutional transformation in the context of heritage in postcolonial universities in South Africa, Africa, and globally.”
Dr Mathias Alubafi Fubah
Human Sciences Research Council
“This book is a significant contribution to Higher Education globally in doing Transformation and doing change in Institutional Culture. It is a powerful reference point and resource for transformation offices/social justice units in South Africa and globally as we continue to engage with the Hard Science of Change. Visual Redress provides insight into the specific choices made by Stellenbosch University in relation to its location and healing institutionally harmed communities. We must learn from this as we continuously engage with our praxis.”
Dr Bernadette Judith Johnson
Director: Transformation and Employment Equity Office
University of the Witwatersrand

Chapters

  • 1. Introducing a reflective perspective on ‘visual redress as transformation’ at Stellenbosch University
    Aslam Fataar, Elmarie Costandius
  • 2. ‘Discourse Speaks Us’
    Visual Redress at Stellenbosch University, 2000–2021
    Aslam Fataar
  • 3. Transforming the Stellenbosch University Landscape(s)
    The Journey of Visual Redress at Stellenbosch University
    Leslie van Rooi
  • 4. Visual Redress at Stellenbosch University
    A Reflection on Practice from 2010 to 2021
    Elmarie Costandius
  • 5. Preserving Knowledge
    The Stellenbosch University Library Visual Redress Journey
    Ellen Tise, Stephané Conradie , Mimi Seyffert-Wirth
  • 6. Reflections on Visual Transformation in a Science Context and Future Implications
    Faadiel Essop
  • 7. Committed to Transforming
    The journey of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Charter
    Khairoonisa Foflonker
  • 8. Law and Visual Redress
    The Space between Insider and Outsider
    Bradley Slade
  • 9. Visual Redress
    Decolonising the Faculty of Theology at Stellenbosch University?
    Reggie Nel
  • 10. Visual Redress as Restitution
    Conversation
    Renee Hector-Kannemeyer , Otto van Noie
  • 11. Work IN Conversation
    Discussing one artist’s creative interventions on the Stellenbosch University campus
    Gera de Villiers, Charles Palm
  • 12. Indexing Visual Redress at Stellenbosch University
    Ways of Viewing and Reading while Walking through the Arts and Social Sciences Building
    Faaiz Gierdien
  • 13. Functions and Uses of Visual Redress Initiatives
    Nico Koopman
  • 14. Bibliography on Visual Representational Culture at Stellenbosch University
    Mimi Seyffert-Wirth

Published

June 10, 2021

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