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SOPHIATOWN: MAKING HISTORY AND CROSSING BOUNDARIES IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA
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Reviewed By: Association for Africanist Anthropology
Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 2:00 PM-3:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Karie L Morgan (University of Johannesburg)
Chairs:  Karie L Morgan (University of Johannesburg)
2:00 PM
Discussion
2:15 PM
Discussion
2:30 PM
Close-up Sophiatown. Reading a Suburb and a Myth In 2012
Katharina Fink (Himmelgr√ľn - Ihre Ereignisagentur: writer, organiser, head., IWALEWA-Haus, University of Bayreuth, IWALEWA-Haus, University of Bayreuth and University of Johannesburg - Affiliated Researcher)
2:45 PM
Via Sophiatown: South Africa and the Space-Centred Politics of Commemoration
Natasha Erlank PhD (University of Johannesburg and University of Johannesburg)
3:00 PM
3:15 PM
Tracing the In-Between: A Century of Boundary-Crossing and Mutual Influence of Sophiatown and Harlem, Afrika and the United States
Peter L Makurube (University of Johannesburg and Independent Writer) and Katharina Fink (University of Johannesburg - Affiliated Researcher and IWALEWA-Haus, University of Bayreuth)
3:30 PM
Engaging Anthropology to Build Community In Sophiatown
Karie L Morgan (University of Johannesburg)