Talks and Conferences
“Digital Visual Activism: Photography and the Re-opening of the Unresolved Truth and Reconciliation Commission Cases in Post-Apartheid South Africa”, paper presented at Photographic Digital Heritage: Institutions, Communities and the Political, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, online conference, 19-20 October 2021.
“Reconnecting Feminism and Labour in Post-apartheid South Africa” presentation with Ksenia Robbe as part of the panel, “Politics and Poetics of Feminist Strike in the Postsocialist/ Postcolonial Encounter”, OSL Research Day, 8 October 2021, University of Groningen.
“Photography and Resistance” Frank Forum, HDK-Valand, Department of Cultural Sciences and GPS400: Centre for Collaborative Visual Research, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 19 March 2021.
“Photography and Political Time: Re-opening the Unresolved Truth and Reconciliation Cases in South Africa”, Centre for African Art and Archaeology, University of East Anglia, 2nd February 2021.
"Book Launch: Women and Photography in Africa: Creative Practices and Feminist Challenges", Centre for African Studies, University of Basel, 25 November 2020.
“Shattered Time and the Mark of History”, response paper for the panel “Visual Representation and Photography as a Source”, Post-Socialist Memory in Global Perspective: Post-Colonialism, Post-Transition, Post-Trauma, Memory Studies Association Working Group Online Conference, 30 September 2020.
“Refusing Transitional Time in South Africa after apartheid”, Post-Socialist Memory in Global Perspective: Post-Colonialism, Post-Transition, Post-Trauma, Memory Studies Association Working Group Online Conference, 29 September 2020.
“Anne Fischer’s Itinerant Vision: A German Jewish photographer between England and South Africa”, Another Eye Online Conference, organised by Four Corners and the History & Theory of Photography Research Centre, Birkbeck, in association with John March and the Insiders/Outsiders Festival. 11-13 September 2020.
“Resistant Visions: Women photographers and the struggle against apartheid”, Fast Forward: How do women work?, Tate Modern, London, 30 November-2 December 2019.
“States of Emergency: Photographic Archives during and after apartheid”, Photo Archives VII: The Majority World, NYU Florence, 24-26 November 2019.
“Time-Space-Crisis”, (Un)Timely Crises: Chronotopes and Critique, University of Amsterdam, October 17-18 2019.