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Humanities Seminar: “The Struggles” Apartheid and Social Justice – "Literary and Philosophical Insights” From the perspective of both literature and philosophy, this course will seek to understand the historical and ongoing injustices that result from the South African implementation of Apartheid. The course will rely heavily upon South African voices such as Alan Paton, J.M. Coetzee, Beyers Naude and Nelson Mandela.
Alan Paton, Cry the Beloved Country J.M Coetzee, Life and Times of Michael K. Jacques Derrida, ed. For Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela, A Long Walk to Freedom Other shorter reading selections will be made available
The student will understand the cultural context of apartheid in South Africa through selections of its literature. The student will be able to critically analyze the issues surrounding justice, freedom, reconciliation and forgiveness within the practices and consequences of apartheid from a biblically directed perspective. The student will visit important sites of the struggle against apartheid. The student will become aware of the legacy of apartheid for South Africa's current development as a democracy.
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