Category Archives: Urban Memoryscapes

Mellon Research Fellow Naomi Roux presents on landscapes of memory in South End, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

17 July 2015

Naomi Roux, current Mellon Research Fellow at LSE Cities, is giving a presentation on ‘Double vision and suspended conversations: landscapes of memory in South End, Port Elizabeth’ at the Southbank Centre on Friday 17 July. The presentation forms part of a symposium on ‘Sequins, Self & Struggle: Performing and Archiving Sex, Place and Class in Cape Town Pageants’ organised by the African in Words blog.

Register here to attend.

 

LSE Cities Mellon Fellow Naomi Roux speaks at Institute of Modern Languages Research workshop

6 July 2015

LSE Cities Mellon Fellow in Cities and Humanities 2014 – 2015 Naomi Roux will take part in a workshop organised by the Institute of Modern Languages Research on ‘Memories of Future Cities’ on Monday 6 July.

This seed workshop aims to explore a broad range of cultures of memory and futurity constructed¬†around the city and Naomi will give a presentation on ‘Memory and Urban Transformation in the South African City’.