Bernedette Muthien has held executive positions in academia, civil society and the public sector in South Africa and abroad. An accomplished facilitator, researcher and poet with over 200 publications and conference presentations, some of which have been translated into at least 16 other languages. She was the first Fulbright-Amy Biehl Fellow at Stanford University and holds postgraduate degrees in Political Science. She serves on various international advisory boards, including the journals Human Security Studies and Journal of Human Security, as well as the International Institute on Peace Education.
June Bam currently heads the Khoi and San Unit, Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town. She is the originator of !Gâ re – Rangatiratanga – Dadirri, a project on ‘deep listening’, with fellow indigenous scholars of the Worldwide University Network; a visiting professor with Stanford University’s overseas programme (2014–2020); and co-editor of Whose History Counts (2018), which was the finalist for the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences inaugural awards (2020). Her previous collaborative work, Turning Points in History, won the UNESCO Peace Education Prize for South Africa in 2008.
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