Historical trauma in rural Western Cape – Joline Young

Date: 26 September, 2021

Time: 13.00pm EST, 11.00am in Calgary and 7pm South African time

This lecture forms part 4 of a series of 6 lectures under the banner:
Could human misery in the world be reduced by breaking the chains of repression and revenge?’




Joline Young is a social historian, published author and historical site guide who runs a heritage consultancy in Cape Town. She is currently working on an art exhibition at the historic Leeuwenhof Estate, which focuses on the Legacy of Slavery. Joline has also done research for the Psychology Dept of the University of Free State, around the topic of historical and intergenerational trauma. Her MA thesis on The Enslaved People of Simon’s Town is available online.



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