Dr Danielle Becker
Dr Danielle Becker, the NRF post-doctoral researcher in the Arts of Africa and the Global South Research Programme in the Department of Fine Art at Rhodes University, is a South Africa art historian who is primarily interested in art historiography and the way in which African and South African art has developed as a discourse in relation to colonial, postcolonial and decolonial forces. Becker completed her Masters in Art History at the University of Manchester (2010) and her PhD at the University of Cape Town (2017) with a thesis titled South African Art History: The possibility of decolonizing a discourse. She has lectured at the University of Cape Town, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch Academy and a number of other institutions since 2010. Since completing her PhD she has been a postdoctoral fellow at Stellenbosch University funded through the Mellon Foundation.
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