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Ksenia Robbe

Universitair docent

Naam
Dr. K. Robbe
Telefoon
+31 71 527 2358
E-mail
k.robbe@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Ksenia Robbe is is universitair docent aan het Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society.

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Universitair docent

  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
  • Centre for the Arts in Society
  • KG Moderne beeldende kunst

Werkadres

Van Wijkplaats 2
2311 BX Leiden
Kamernummer 1.03a

Contact

  • Robbe K. (2018), Confronting disillusionment: on the rediscovery of socialist archives in recent South African cultural production, Safundi:The Journal of South African and American Studies 19(4): 398-415.artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2017), ‘Anything is Possible’: Rethinking the Politics of Transition through a Poetics of Failure in the Works of William Kentridge and Dmitry Gutov, Third Text : 403-419.artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2017), An Unfinished Homecoming: Postmemory, Place and New Practices of Politicisation in Contemporary South African Theatre.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2017), An Unfinished Homecoming: Postmemory, Place and New Practices of Politicisation in Contemporary South African Theatre, University of Brussels.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2017), Archaeologies of Transition: Reanimating Archives and Re-inhabiting Urban Spaces in South African and Russian Visual Art (Lezing).overig
  • Robbe K. (2017), Confronting Disillusionment: A Rediscovery of Socialist Archives in Recent South African Cultural Production. Bayreuth.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2017), Curating South Africa Post-post-apartheid (Lezing). Amsterdam.overig
  • Robbe K. (2017), Ontwaken met een bijl voor Filosofie Magazine [interview].overig
  • Robbe K. (2017), Outsideness and beyond? Recalling Survival Techniques in Post-Soviet Activist Art.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2017), Performing Motherhood and Migration in Two South African Plays (Lezing).overig
  • Robbe K. (2016), Erinnerung als Waffe der Dekolonialisierung: Kunst und StudentInnen-Bewegung im heutigen Südafrika [Memory as a Weapon of Decolonisation: Art and Student Mobilisation in South Africa Today], Peripherie: Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur 144(01): 432-454.artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2016), Erinnerung als Waffe der Dekolonialisierung: Kunst und StudentInnen-Bewegung im heutigen Südafrika [Memory as a Weapon of Decolonisation: Art and Student Mobilisation in South Africa Today], Peripherie: Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur .bijdrage in dag-/weekblad of tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2016), Minor Archives, Meta Histories, publication of the GLASS Roundtable papers, Praticas Historia: Journal of Theory, Historiography and Uses of the Past 3 (2016).rapport
  • Robbe K. (2016), Paper at the GLASS Faculty Roundtable “Minor Archives, Meta Histories”, LGI, Leiden.overig
  • Robbe K. (2016), Public interview with Francois Smith about his novel Kamphoer. Literary symposium, Week van de Afrikaanse roman, Amsterdam. [overig]overig
  • Robbe K. (2016), Shaping “Common Places”: Post-Soviet Narratives beyond Anti-Utopia in Ksenia Buksha’s The Freedom Factory and Igor Saveljev’s Tereshkova is Flying to Mars. In: Peeren E., Stuit H., Weyenberg A. van (red.) Peripheral Visions in the Globalizing Present: Space, Mobility, Aesthetics. nr. 31 Leiden, Boston: Brill/ Rodopi. 222-240.boekdeel
  • Robbe K. (2016), The Role of Women in South African Arts and Society, invited lecture at SIB, University of Groningen (Lezing).overig
  • Robbe K. (2015), Conversations of Motherhood: South African Women's Writing Across Traditions. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.boek
  • Robbe K. (2015), Decolonizing Transformation: Nostalgia and Complicity in Liudmila Ulitskaya’s The Big Green Tent and Antjie Krog’s A Change of Tongue”, Conference ‘Nostalgia is not what it used to be: Poetologies of and Theory as Nostalgia’, Berlin.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2015), Interview at book launch, in conversation with Dr. Victoria Collis-Buthelezi, University of Cape Town [interview].overig
  • Robbe K. (2015), Peripheral Transitions: Absurdism and Nostalgia in Works of William Kentridge and Dmitri Gutov, Conference 'Emotional Geographies', Edinburgh.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2015), Reading Entangled Surfaces in Photographs of David Goldblatt and Boris Mikhailov, Inaugural conference 'Present's Disjunctive Unity' of the Reserach Network for Transcultural Studies, Berlin.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2015), Translating Transition: The Politics of Nostalgia and Provincialization in Antjie Krog's A Change of Tongue and Begging to Be Black, Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde 131(4): 323-338.artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2014), African studies at a crossroads: producing theory across the disciplines in South Africa, Social Dynamics: A journal of African studies : 1-19.artikel in een tijdschrift
  • Robbe K. (2014), Between Exception and Worldliness: Reading the Post-apartheid and Post-soviet through Jacques Derrida’s Writing, Conference ‘States of Exceptionalism: Globalization, Difference, Power.’ University of Giessen.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2014), Bodies Transgressing Time: Relativity and Freedom in works by William Kentridge and Svetlana Boym, Conference ‘Legal Bodies: Corpus/Personae/Communitas’. University of Leiden.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2014), The Wealth of Material – the Poverty of Concepts? Debating Cultural Theory in Early Post-Apartheid South Africa, 15th EACLALS Conference, University of Innsbruck.congresbijdrage
  • Robbe K. (2014), Translating Transition in Antjie Krog’s Begging to Be Black, Literary symposium Week van de Afrikaanse roman, Leiden (Lezing).overig
  • Robbe K. (2013), Comparison as Translation: The Possibility of the Comparative Study of South African Literatures.. In: Ipsen G., Mathews T., Obradović D. (red.) Provocation and Negotiation: Essays in Comparative Criticism.. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. 21-33.boekdeel
  • Robbe K. (2012), Controversies and Conversations: Linguistic and generic Translations in/of Antjie Krog's Relaas van 'n Moord. In: Gehrmann S, Veit-Wild F (red.) Conventions and Conversions: Generic Innovations in African Literatures. Trier: WVT. 195-210.boekdeel
  • Robbe K. (2012), Thinking across the Worlds: Studying ‘Areas’ in a Global Context, Lecture at the Open Day B.A. International Studies, Leiden (Lezing).overig
  • Robbe K. (2011), The Difficulty of Belonging: Reading across the Times and Spaces of South African Women's Autobiographic Narratives. In: Carl H., Hallet W., Nünning A., Zierold M. (red.) Identität in den Kulturwissenschaften: Perspektiven und Fallstudien zu Identitäts- und Alteritätsdiskursen. Trier: WVT. 277-292.boekdeel
  • Robbe K. (2010), Dialogue Within Changing Power Structures: Commodification of Black South African Women’s Narratives by White Women Writers?. In: Emig R., Lindner O. (red.) Commodifying (Post)Colonialism: Othering, Reification, Commodification and the New Literatures and Cultures in English. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. 109-124.boekdeel
  • Robbe K. (2010), Dispropriatig Law and Literature Bespreking van: Mark Sanders (2007) Ambiguities of Witnessing: Law and Literature in the Time of a Truth Commission, .boekbespreking
  • Robbe K. (2008), Bespreking van: Theimer Nepomnyashchy C., Svobodny N., Trigos L.A. (2006) Under the Sky of My Africa: Alexander Pushkin and Blackness, Wasafiri 56(Winter 2008): 84-85.boekbespreking

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