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1 The College of Human Sciences International Decoloniality Conference PROGRAMME Decolonising the University in Africa Senate Hall, Unisa Muckleneuk Campus August 2016

2 The College of Human Sciences (CHS) is hosting a two-day Decoloniality Conference on the topical issue of decolonising the university in Africa. The lectures and discussions will be delivered and facilitated by leading international and national decolonial thinkers and theorists. This conference is taking place at a crucial time characterised by protest actions that have seen youth in South Africa, England, the United States, France, and the Netherlands, among other sites, explicitly calling for the decolonisation of universities. This reflects deep anger and discontent with increasing disparities in the access to education, with the indifference towards the offensive character of symbols that celebrate imperialism, racism, slavery, and various forms of discrimination. The movements to decolonise the university call for serious attention to unresolved issues. Demands to decolonise the university are not new, but they always tend to catch the university establishment by surprise. It is important for participants in the decolonisation movements as well as university leaders and faculty to acquaint themselves with the history of movements to decolonise the university, with previous successful and unsuccessful efforts to address these demands, and with the wealth of literature on decoloniality that provides concepts and grammars to understand the relevance and depth of demands for decolonisation at the institutional, pedagogical, disciplinary, and methodological levels. The 2016 Decoloniality Conference will deal with the following pertinent issues among many others: Decolonisation of space and architecture Decolonising gender/feminism Decolonisation of curriculum/pedagogy Decolonisation of institutional cultures/systems/structures Decolonisation of knowledge Decolonising aesthetics Decolonising methodologies Ecologies of knowledges Shifting the geography of reason The problem of Bantu education in South Africa Right to education Depatriachisation of universities Theory from the South University in Africa vs. African university Rhodes Must Fall/Student movements Disciplinary decadence Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) Identity/mission/soul of the university

3 Venues: Senate Hall, Exam Hall -1 and Exam Hall 2 UNISA Theo van Wijk building, Pretoria Programme: August DAY 1 WEDNESDAY, 17 AUGUST 2016 Time Senate Hall Exam Hall - 1 Exam Hall 2 07:30 08:30 Tea and Registration 08:30-09:00 Chair: Zandisiwe Radebe Welcome: Executive Dean Prof Rosemary Moeketsi 09:00-09:45 Keynote address: Prof Ramon Grosfoguel Decolonising the Curriculum: Some Suggestions for the Sciences 10:00-11:00 DECOLONIAL GRAMMARS AND THE UNIVERSITY IN AFRICA Chair: Luthando Ngema 1. Britta Zawada (UNISA): Grammars of Colonisation: Regulatory Curriculum Requirements in South African Higher Education 2. Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni (UNISA): Grappling with Grammars of Change in South African Higher Education and the Case of Decolonisation of the University 3. Siphamandla Zondi (Institute for Global Dialogue): Epistemic Disobedience and Combative Epistemology: The Fundamental Transformation of University DECOLONIZING THE UNIVERSITY IN AFRICA Chair: Melissa Steyn 1. William Mpofu (Wits University): From the University to the Pluriversity in Africa: Some Pitfalls of Decolonial Consciousness 2. Precious Muzite (Wits University): Why is Critical Interaction With Gisability and Assistive Technologies Missing From Academia? 3. Morgan Ndlovu (UNISA) Re-embodying Curriculum and the Quest to Decolonize the University in South Africa DECOLONISING DISABILITY Chair: Solomon Mashegoane 1. Desire Chiwandire and Louise Vincent (Rhodes University): Exclusion and the built environment from the perspective of Disability Unit Staff Members (DUSMs) 2. Olwethu Sipuka (UNISA): Decolonisation, universities and disability: Where is Disability in the Current Narrative of Decolonising the University 3. Harsha Kathard (University of Cape Town) and Mershen Pillay (University of KwaZulu Natal): Decolonizing Health Professionals Education: Audiology and Speech Therapy in South Africa. 11:00-11:15 Tea break Tea break Tea break

4 11:15-12:15 SHIFTING THE GEOGRAPHY OF REASON Chair: Olwethu Sipuka 1. Mante Mphahlele (UNISA): The Location of Reason the Absence of Reason: When Reason Terrorizes Reason 2. Michael Brown (University of Cape Town): Contemplating the Decolonisation of the Narrative of Western-universalism in South Africa s Landscapes Through Recontextualisation 3. S.M. Ramson (Cape Peninsula University of Technology): Reimaging the Geography of Knowledge DECOLONISATION, CURRICULUM AND THE DISCIPLINE Chair: Hlulani Mdingi 1. Marriette Posma (UNISA): Decolonising English metaphorically 2. Molato Mahlangu (UNISA) Curriculum Transformation and Challenges in South African Universities: Reflections Since Albert Chibuwe (University of Johannesburg): Towards an African Theory of Political Communication: The Zimbabwean Case DECOLONISATION OF KNOWLEDGE Chair: Raphael Abdon 1. Meki Nzewi (University of Pretoria) Decolonizing African music theory 2. Wonder Maguraushe (UNISA): Transcribing African Music Using Western Notational Systems: Some Notes On How to Decolonise 3. Mokale Koapeng (UNISA) South African Black Choralism, Coloniality and the Need for Black Intellectuals 12:15-13: 15 RACE IN HIGHER EDUCATION Chair: Colin Chasi 1. Solomon Mashegoane (University of Limpopo): Higher Education: Self- Objectification, Reflexivity, and the Transformative Thrust 2. Babalwa Sibango, Vuyolwethu Seti, Rofhiwa Mukhudwana (UNISA): Construction of blackness in popular culture/media DECOLONISING GENDER/FEMINISM/DE- PATRIARCHALIZATION Chair: Zodwa Radebe 1. Busisiwe Ntsele and Anne Munene (University of Free State): The Relevance of Decolonizing Feminism in Present day South Africa 2. Ursula Botha (AFDA) Film and Feminism: Offering insight to the construction of women in Afrikaans Cinema DECOLONISATION OF INSTITUTIONAL SYSTEMS Chair: Mlungisi Phakathi 1. Marzia Milazzo (Vanderbilt University): Decolonising Post-1994 South African Scholarship on Race 2. Ruth Sack (University of the Witwatersrand) New Urban Epistemologies

5 3. Everisto Benyera (UNISA): Completely out of Topic: Why university transformation is the wrong agenda 3. Pascha Mungwini (UNISA): Discourse on Transformation and the Ontological- Philosophical Challenges of our Time 3. Alberto Arribas Lozano (Wits University) Decolonial Interventions - Dialogues From the South. Towards the Decolonization of the University in South Africa and Latin America 13:15-14:15 RHODES MUST ALL/STUDENT MOVEMENTS Chair: Zandi Radebe 1. Nadira Omarjee (Vrije Universiteit): Reading Oedipus against RhodesMustFall (RMF) 2. Gilbert Motsaathebe (University of North West): The Evolving Role of an African University: Muse, Prognosis and Prescriptions 3. Ria Swart (University of Johannesburg) Rhodes Must Fall as an Expression of Spatial Justice? DECOLONISATION OF SPACE AND ARCHITECTURE Chair: Kefilwe J. Ditlhake 1. Terence Tapiwa Muzorewa (Midlands State University): Decolonising Urban Space: Lessons from Ruwa Town Zimbabwe 2. Opelo P. Mogotsi and Sandiso Bazana: Racial Integration And Social Identities of University Students: Exploring the Experiences of Black Students In Historically White Universities 3. Tuliza Sindi and Jabu Makhubu (University of Politics) Politics Of Aid: Unpacking The Constructs Of Whiteness As Blackspace Narrators DECOLONISATION OF CURRICULUM/PEDAGOGY I Chair: Lebohang Motsomotso 1. Absolum Nkosi (University of Johannesburg) and Meki Nzewi (University of Pretoria): Decolonizing South African Teacher Training in Arts Education: An Interdisciplinary Musical Arts Pedagogy Paradigm Informed by African Indigenous Knowledge Systems 2. Upenyu Majee (University of Wisconsin): Imagining Decolonised and Internationalised Universities in Post- Apartheid South Africa 3. Adam Cooper (Human Social Research Council): The Decolonized Humanities Curriculum Imagined: Empowering Knowledge For Youth In The Global South 14:15-15:00 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break

6 15:00-16:00 Chair: Pascha Mungwini Keynote address: Prof Pearl Sithole Shaking the Chains of Cognitive and Epistemological Colonial Inheritance: Where Africa can Benefit from the Innocence of the Born-Free Generation 16:00-17:00 Venue TWV DECOLONISING LANGUAGE Chair: Isaac Machafa 1. Malose Makhubela (University of Pretoria): Decolonise Don t Diversify: Linguistic and Demographic Cultural Diversity in The South African Academe as a Tool of Ideological Pacification 2. Arthur Sotashe (UNISA): When Experience Fails to Transform the Soul of a Being: Indigenous Languages and the Logic of the Coloniality of Language 3. Maurice Kande (UNISA): A Closer Look to the Undervalued African Reasoning and Methods Promoting Local and Cost Effective Problem Solving DISCIPLINARY DECADENCE AND DECOLONISING THE DISCIPLINES Chair: Katunga Minga 1. Last Moyo (Independent researcher): The Post-apartheid Moment: Rethinking Theory and Pedagogy in Communication Studies in South Africa 2. Zodwa Motsa (UNISA): English or isizulu at University? Decolonising of the canon Fifty Years after the Makerere Convention 3. Sergio Alloggio (Rhodes University): White Synecdoches: An Analysis of White South African Philosophy Today

7 DAY 2 THURSDAY, 18 AUGUST 2016 Time Senate Hall Exam Hall - 1 Venue TWV :00-08:00 Tea and Registration 08:00-09:00 Chair: Isaac Ndlovu Keynote address: Prof Nelson Maldonado-Torres The University in Question: Outline of Ten Theses on Coloniality and Decoloniality 09:00-10:00 DECOLONISING AESTHETICS Chair: Malose Makhubela 1. Sharlene Khan (Rhodes University): AestheSis/Decolonial AestheSis as Critical Pedagogy 2. Mathias Fubah Alubafi (Human Sciences Research Council): Struggle Heroes and Heroines Statues and Monuments in Tshwane, South Africa 3. Luthando Ngema (University of KwaZulu- Natal): Open Mic Seminars Series: Open Talks on Racism at UKZN RHODES MUST FALL/STUDENT MOVEMENTS Chair: Muranda Richard 1. Mmaphuti Langa (University of Limpopo): Rhodes Must Fall/ Student Protests 2. Dineo Makgakge (Rhodes University): Decolonising the Curriculum Within Higher Education South African Universities: How #RhodesMustFall Had Risen 3. Bevelyn Dube and Isaac Ndlovu: (University of Venda): Ambivalences of the Decolonisation Process: The Case of the #RhodesMustFall Movement HEALTH, JUSTICE, AND FREEDOM Chair: Zodwa Motsa 1. Sinenhlanhla Chisale (UNISA): Decolonising HIV Revention: A Critical Examination of Ukusoma and Virginity Testing: A Zulu Perspective 2. Dirk Postma (University of Johannesburg): Pedagogical Spaces Of Freedom: Learning From Hannah Arendt 3. Shose Kessi (University of Cape Town): Towards A Social Psychology Of Decolonization: A Perspective On Epistemic Justice In Higher Education Q & A 10:00-10:15 Tea break Tea break Tea break

8 Time Senate Hall Exam Hall - 1 Venue TWV :15-11:15 DECOLONISATION OF SPACE AND ARCHITECTURE Chair: Ishmael Mazambani 1. Athi Mongezeleli Joja (Wits University): The Fall: Reading Dumile s sculpture, History 2. Umali Saidi (Midlands State University) Deheritagising the Colonial: Of Statues in Public Spaces in Zimbabwe 3. Colin Chasi and Ylva Rodny-Gumede (University of Johannesburg) Decolonisation and the reimagining of space: A case study of the University of Johannesburg DECOLONISING METHODOLOGIES Chair: Busisiwe Ntsele 1. Nokuthula Hlabangane (UNISA): Can a Methodology Subvert the Logics of Its Principal? Decolonial Meditations 2. Nompumelelo Radebe (UNISA) Connecting the past with the present: An Attempt to Provide a Full Account Of The Economic Practices Of Esihlengeni In Vryheid, Kwazulu Natal 3. Tshepo Madlingozi (University of Pretoria): Coloniality of Time in the Time of Neo-Apartheid and Emergent Decolonial Struggles Towards Ecology of Temporalities DECOLONIALITY AT LARGE Chair: Sharlene Khan 1. Cyril-Mary P. Olatunji (UNISA), J. O. Obaweki (Adekunle Ajasin University) and John Thomas (University of Joss): A Consequentialist Critique of African Solution to African Problems for Decolonising the University System in Africa 2. Solani Ngobeni (Independent researcher): Decolonisation of knowledge 3. Raymond Nyapokoto (University of Pretoria): What Do Blacks Want: A Decolonial Interpretation Of The Rhodes/Fees Must Fall Campaign

9 11:15-12: 15 DECOLONIALITY IN THE UNIVERSITY QUESTION Chair: Babalwa Sibango 1. Sahar D. Sattarzadeh (University of Free State): Decolonising Decolonial' Spaces: A Critical Analysis of Social Mediatisation and Academic Activism 2. Elelwani Ramugondo (University of Cape Town): Academic Freedom Under Threat: Unmasking the Culture of Collusion and Omission 3. Baba Amani Olubanjo Buntu (Ebukhosini Solutions) Making men: The Role of the University in Decolonizing Afrikan Masculinities ECOLOGIES OF KNOWLEDGES/ DECOLONIAL KNOWLEDGE Chair: Everisto Benyera 1. Sabrina Liccardo (Rhodes University): The Idea of a (Decolonial) University: Advancing New Cultural Productions In Science 2. Maurine Ningala (Independent scholar) Reading and Mis(Reading) African Studies: The Reconciling Africanist and African Divide 3. Richard Mahomva (Independent scholar): Decolonising Knowledge and Patronage Politics: Lessons from Zimbabwe INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS Chair: Mokale Koapeng 1. Fortune Sibanda (Great Zimbabwe University) Keeping the Medical Pendulum in Balance: Reflections on the Vitality of African Indigenous Medicine in Zimbabwe 2. Lawrence Ogbo Ugwuanyi (University of Abuja) Intuiting and Applying Philosophical Principles to Justify Endogenous/Local Epistemology and Strengthen the Afrocentric Paradigm 3. Ishmael Mazambani (Midlands State University): The Failure to Decolonise Knowledge: Pursuing the Perpetuation of the Colonial Agenda Through the Teaching of History at the University of Zimbabwe

10 12:15-13:15 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break 13:15-14:00 Chair: Nokuthula Hlabangane Keynote address: C.K Raju How to Decolonise the University Curriculum in Math? 14:00-15:00 ON DE- WESTERNISATION AND DECOLONISING SEXUALITY Chair: Vuyolwethu Seti 1. Ayelen Hamity (Wits): The challenge of De- Westernising the University in Africa 2. Finn Reygan (Wits): This Revolution Has Women, Lesbians And Gays, Queers, And Trans Bodies. Remember That! Sexual And Gender Diversity in The Transformation Of Education 3. Haley McEwen (Wits): Transatlantic Knowledge Politics of Sexuality: The heteropatriarchy of coloniality DISCIPLINARY DECADENCE AND DECOLONISING THE DISCIPLINES Chair: Terence Tapiwa 1. Olusegun Morakinyo (University of Stellenbosch) Conscienticism and decolonization of African philosophy 2. Katunga Joseph Minga (Monash South Africa): Decolonising Social Sciences in African Universities. 3. Kefilwe Johanna Ditlhake (University of Johanesburg): Embracing Decolonisation of Social Work Education and Practice in South Africa DECOLONISATION OF CURRICULUM/PEDA GOGY Chair: Fortune Sibanda 1. Tarez Samra Graban (Florida State University): Teaching the Emic/Etic Approach in U.S.- Based Undergraduate Rhetorical Education 2. Roland Ndille (University of Buea) A Flip Through My School History Books: Why I Must Unlearn What I Learnt To Relearn 3. Raphael d Abdon (UNISA) Teaching Spoken Word Poetry in South African English Classrooms as a Tool for Decolonizing

11 15:00-16:00 INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS II Chair: Rofhiwa Mukhudwana 1. Muranda Richard (UNISA) Shona Indigenous Knowledge Systems In Dealing With Death Through Music 2. Isaac Machafa (UNISA) Mainstreaming Indigenous Knowledge Systems for a Pan African University 3. Alex Asakitikpi (Monash South Africa): Who is Beall?: Interrogating Peripheral Scholarship and the Decoloniality of African Universities THE DECOLONIAL IMPERATIVE OF THE NOW Chair: Morgan Ndlovu 1. Glenda Daniels (Wits): What Is the Master Signifier In Students Discourse In Decolonising Curricular? 2. Nwabisa Sigaba (UNISA): A Revisit to Biko s Vision of SASO and Analysis of Student Movement on #Rhodes Must Fall in Post-Apartheid South Africa 3. Hlulani Mdingi (UNISA) The Devil Has A Body: A Decolonial War Between The Sons Of Light And The Sons Of Darkness

12 16:00 16:45 Chair: Nwabisa Sigaba Keynote address: Sandew Hira Decolonising The Mind (DTM): A Theoretical Framework For Decolonizing The University 16:45 17: 15 Closure and Vote of Thanks: Tendayi Sithole 17:15 Cocktail Party (Poetry)

13 Conference Organising Committee Conference conveners Prof Tendayi Sithole Prof Puleng Segalo The organising team: Ms Zandi Radebe Mr Zingisa Nkosinkulu Mr Katlego Pilane Mrs Rivonia Naidu Ms Kelebamang Mokgupi Mr Mlungisi Phakathi Ms Lebohang Motsomotso Scientific committee: Prof. Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni Mr Mlungisi Phakathi Mr Zingisa Nkosinkulu Prof. Tendayi Sithole

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