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A GUIDE TO FOSSIL FOOTPRINTS OF THE WORLD
Martin Lockley, Emeritus Professor of Geology at the University of Colorado Denver and former Director of the Dinosaur Tracks museum has studied fossil footprints in twenty-six countries and compiled one of the world’s largest and most diverse...
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA – THE ROAD TO PRESIDENTIAL POWER
Professor Anthony Butler, author of Cyril Ramaphosa: the Road to Presidential Power, will give a lecture on Monday 29 July at 18.00. Published earlier this year the book explores how President Ramaphosa moved from the margins of politics in the...
Following Ansla van Bengalen: revisiting the histories of enslaved women in the Cape
Ansla van Bengalen was captured off the coast of Bengal and brought to the Dutch settlement at the Cape of Good Hope in 1657. Amie Soudien is a curator, researcher and art writer will give a lecture on her research into Van Bengalen's life on...
The Politics and Governance of Basic Education: A Tale of Two South African Provinces
This lecture by Brian Levy, Academic Director of the Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance, takes place on Wednesday 10 July at 18.00 in LT3, Kramer Law Building. For more information, contact bronwyn.geldenhuys@uct.ac.za.
Breaking Futures: The day of reckoning may be fast approaching
For the last five years, Clem Sunter has been asking people to watch the flags that could turn the world’s political and economic game upside down in the near term.

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Sunday, 22 September 2019
BIGGEST INFECTIOUS DISEASE KILLER EVER KNOWN
"TB is the biggest infectious diseases killer known to mankind and, remarkably, killed over a billion people over the last 3 centuries! This is more deaths than than in all the wars ever fought by mankind!". Prof Keertan Dheda offers a course Tuberculosis, The Biggest Killer of Mankind at Summer School 2019.
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Mon, 29 Oct 2018 - 15:00
ROBERT GRAVES BIOGRAPHER AT SUMMER SCHOOL

Summer School lecturer Jean Moorcroft Wilson is the author of Robert Graves: From Great War Poet to 'Good-bye to All That' (1895–1929) reviewed recently in The Literary Review.

 
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Mon, 29 Oct 2018 - 14:30
BATS AND EVOLUTION

We can learn a great deal about evolutionary biology by studying bats.

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Tue, 02 Oct 2018 - 14:00
INSIGHTS INTO A MASS EXTINCTION

The latest geological and palaeontological finds from South Africa and Antarctica that shed light on the causes of the End Permian mass extinction, the worst biological crisis that the world had so far endured.

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Tue, 02 Oct 2018 - 13:45

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