We invite you to attend a webinar organized by the Academic Development Leaders group. The group focuses on what it means to be an academic development leader in the current HE context and create a space where AD leaders share strategies in response to the institutional and national needs with agility. In exploring multiple ways of leading within AD Centres; the webinar will focus on Ubuntu centred leadership.

Date: 19 October 2022
Time: 12:30 – 14:00
Platform: Zoom

Presenter Bio:

Ndumiso Dladla lives in the great city of Pretoria where he teaches jurisprudence at the University of Pretoria’s Department of Jurisprudence in the Faculty of law. Prior to his appointment at UP he taught African philosophy at the University of South Africa’s Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology for almost a decade. His research focusses on social, legal and political philosophy as well as the philosophy of South African history. He was recently awarded the Global Justice Fellowship (2023) for African Practical Philosophy at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He was guest editor of a special edition of Theoria entitled the Azanian Philosophical Tradition which was published in September 2021 by Berghahn Books. He is author of numerous scholarly articles as well as a monograph Here is a Table: A Philosophical Essay on the History of Race/ism in South Africa, a revised edition of which was published in December 2020 by SUN Media Africa. He is a member of the Azanian Philosophical Society as well as the National Conference of Black Political Scientists.