Enough is good as a feast

This article describes how Neville Alexander's 50 years of engagement as a public and committed intellectual came under scrutiny at a conference hosted by the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University from July 6 to 8 2013. Titled 'The Life and Times of Neville Alexander', the conference organised its first two days around a "student and youth apprenticeship", providing an opportunity for students from various universities and youth from social movements to discuss the important themes expressed through the life and work of Alexander. [19 July 2013]

Institution: 
Mail & Guardian Online
Type: Newspaper and Opinion pieces
Author: Motala, E. & Vally, S
Year of Publishing: 2013
Keywords: Higher education, Education, 'Language, culture and identity, Inequality, Pedagogical practice