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Final year Information Design students exhibition - 22/10/2014
From Department of Visual Arts

The Visual Arts Department is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring the work of the fourth year Information Design students. Uncovered will host an opening reception on the 29th of October 2014 from 18h00 at the Visual Arts Department. Special guest speaker and CEO of Terrestrial Tasos Calantzis will introduce the show.

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Final year Fine Art students exhibition - 22/10/2014
From Department of Visual Arts

The Department of Visual Arts is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring the work of the fourth year Fine Arts graduates. The Space in Between will host an opening reception on the last Friday of the month, October 31st, 2014 from 6 o'clock in the evening at the Rautenbach Hall. Special guest speaker, Clive Kellner, will introduce the show and announce the winner of the Diane Victor Raffle.

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PolSci staff news - 20/10/2014
From Department of Political Sciences

Ambassador Jan F Mutton, Research Associate in the Department of Political Sciences, was on the editing board of the recently published Meditationes de Iure et Historia.

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Opinion: Conflict Transformation in Kenya - 20/10/2014
From Department of Political Sciences

Ms Toyin Ajao, Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Sciences, recently published an article on the Ushahidi crowdsourcing platform on the Kujenga Amani website.

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Professor Maxi Schoeman explores human security issues at Sweden’s Uppsala University - 16/10/2014
From Department of Political Sciences

Professor Maxi Schoeman, head of the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria, is currently the eleventh incumbent of the Claude Ake Visiting Chair at Uppsala University in Sweden, where she has been offered a calm environment in which to pursue her research on human security issues for a period of three months.

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