Julia Arbuckle, a Rhodes University Master’s student in Fine Art, has been awarded the Javier Rosón Prize for her work entitled “Root/Rot: The Family Bible.
Several alumni from Rhodes University are among this year’s Mail & Guardian top 200 Young South Africans. Every year, the Mail & Guardian celebrates the most interesting and talented young South Africans under 35, who have shown themselves to be leaders.
Suitable candidates are invited to apply for Postdoctoral Fellowships in Art History/Visual Studies or cognate disciplines that engage with the research themes below. Fellows will be hosted by the National Research Foundation SARChI Chair in Geopolitics and the Arts of Africa at Rhodes University in Makhanda, South Africa.
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