Prof E Suzanne (De Villiers-) Human

Selected publications

  • 2017. Verkennende verbeeldingswêrelde: die ontsluiting van die Willem Boshoff Argief. LitNet Akademies 14(2): 26 – 64. Co-author: Van Wyk, J. De Villiers-Human, S. & Van den Berg, D.
  • 2013. Object and medium: art historiography, image theory and Venda sculpture. In: Großmann, U. & Krutisch, P. (eds.) The Challenge of the Object / Die Herausforderung des Objekts. Congress Proceedings, T. 1-3. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum Press.
  • 2012. Art historiography and Bildwissenschaft: New perspectives on some objects by the Venda sculptor Phutuma Seoka. Acta Academica Supplementum 2012 (1): 20 – 42.
  • 2011. History, ruin and sacrament: the breaking of images and the breaking of the bread. South African Journal of Art History: 26 (2), pp. 1 - 14.
  • 2010. Picareske vertalingen: Johannes Phokela en de Vlaamse schilderkunst. Kunsttijdschrift Vlaanderen. June 2010, 59 (331): 529 – 532.
  • 2010. Picaresque translations: Johannes Phokela and the iconic potential of ruptures. De Arte, 2010: 82:33 - 46.
  • 2010. The image and the Brazen serpent: Division, mediation and the translatability of cultures. Acta Academica, 42 (10).
  • 2005. Explosions in visual art and music. The International Review of the Aesthetics and sociology of Music, 36(1):179–197.
  • 2005. Body fluids and gender in picaresque art and writing. Junctures. The Journal for thematic dialogue. Dunedin, New Zealand.
  • 2003. Gender, ideology and display. South African Journal of Art History, 18:1–14.
  • 2003. Gender, ideology and display. Image [&] Narrative. Bataens, J. (general editor) & Jüngst, H. (guest editor). Leuven: Instituut vir Kulturele Studies, Katolieke Universiteit.
  • 2003. Art and magic: the mask of wildness. In: Von Maltzan, C. (red.), Africa and Europe: en/countering myths. Essays on literature and cultural politics. Frankfurt a. M: Peter Lang Verlag. pp. 199–129. (Literary and cultural theory, 15. Wojciech H. Kalaga (general editor). ISBN 3-631-51216-3.
  • 2002. Reception, deception, illusion and magic: Feminism and theoretical practice. Co-author: Johann Visagie. Acta Academica Supplementum: Gender, society and theory, 2002, 1:91–112.
  • 2002. Fighting from within: Mainstreaming Gender at the University of the Free State. One of five authors. Acta Academica Supplementum: Gender, society and theory, 2002, 1:1–38.
  • 1995. Eyesight and insight. A worm’s eye perspective on focalization. Acta Academica. 27(3): 37-67.
  • 1992. Roy Lichtenstein and a transgressive narrative tradition. Van den Berg, D. J. (red). The communication of world views. Acts of the seventh annual conference of the South African Association of Art Historians. University of the Orange Free State, 17th - 19th July 1991. Bloemfontein: UOFS, 1992. Acta Varia, 2:101-109.
  • 1990. Pictures in the expanded field of narrativity. Current perspectives in South African art and architecture. Proceedings of the 6th annual conference of the SAAH.University of Cape Town, 11th - 13th July: 41-45.
  • 1988. Conference Report: First International Conference on Word and Image, Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdam, 23th - 25th April 1987. South African Journal of Art History, June, 3(1/2): 47-48. Hogarth’s vitality. South African Journal of Art History. 1991, 2 (2): 42-49.
  • 1987. Flemish art theory in the second half of the seventeenth century. An investigation of an unexploited source. South African Journal of Art History. June, 2 (1/2): 1-11.
  • 1986. Propaganda for art. Antwerp - the place of the artist in society. South African Journal of Art History. July, 1(3/4): 29-36.
  • 1982. Schematic representation in medieval art against the background of allegorical scriptural exegesis. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap. 1982, 18(1/2):14-22.

Dr Martin P Rossouw

Selected publications

  • 2019. “From Wander to Wonder: Walking – and ‘Walking-With’ – in Terrence Malick’s Contemplative Cinema.” Akademisk Kvarter | Academic Quarter, 18: 41-55.
  • 2019. Left-Right Dynamics of Staging and Composition in Class 15. Short Film Studies, 9(1): 101-104.
  • 2018. Zepo as Metapicture of Its Making. Short Film Studies, 8(1): 29-32.
  • 2017. There’s Something About Malick: Film-Philosophy, Contemplative Style, and Ethics of Transformation. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 15(3): 279-298.
  • 2017. Of Metaphor and Machine: Some Nuts and Bolts Behind Modern Times as Philosophy. Image & Text, 30:38-72.
  • 2013. Loyalty, Women and ‘Business’: Ideological Hyper-Values in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. Acta Academica, 45(4): 84-118.

Johanet Kriel-de Klerk

  • 2015. “A (Tall) Tale of Two Sisters: Integrating rhetorical and cognitive-pragmatic approaches to explore unreliable narration in film. Acta Academica, 47(2): 34-53.
  • 2015. The image as trans-form and transformation: Exploring the symptom of aberrant images in District 9. De Arte, 92: 19-33.

Josef van Wyk

  • 2017. Verkennende verbeeldingswêrelde: die ontsluiting van die Willem Boshoff Argief. LitNet Akademies 14(2): 26 – 64. Co-author: Van Wyk, J. De Villiers-Human, S. & Van den Berg, D.

Prof Dirk J Van den Berg

Selected Publications

  • 2017. Verkennende verbeeldingswêrelde: die ontsluiting van die Willem Boshoff Argief. LitNet Akademies 14(2): 26 – 64. Co-author: Van Wyk, J. De Villiers-Human, S. & Van den Berg, D.
  • 2009. Na-beeld/na-beelding: stedelike portrette. LitNet Akademies, 6(3): 55-79. ISSN 1995-5928 http://www.linet.co.za
  • 2009. Untimely postludes: the separation of past and present. The politics of change: looking backwards and forwards, 25th annual conference of the South African Visual Arts Historians (SAVAH), University of Pretoria, 10-11 July 2009 [proceedings to be published].
  • 2007. Not I: troubled self-representations. Acta Academica, 39(1): 47-78.
  • 2007. Anthropologies of the image. Freschi, F (ed). South African art history in an African context, 23rd annual conference of the South African Visual Arts Historians (SAVAH), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 12-15 September 2007. [Johannesburg: SAVAH, 2008].
  • 2006. Transformed and transforming images: Wim Botha’s ‘Premonitions of War’ touring exhibition and its Bloemfontein reception. Schauffer, D. (ed), Transformation/s in visual culture, 22nd annual conference of the South African Visual Arts Historians (SAVAH), Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, 7-10 September 2006. [Johannesburg: SAVAH, 2007]: 216-224.
  • 2004. What is an image and image power? South African Journal of Art History, 19: 155-177.
  • 2004. Framing images under iconoclash conditions. Visual Culture/Explorations: conference proceedings, University of Pretoria, 9-10 Jul 2004. Pretoria: Dept of Visual Arts, University of Pretoria, 2005: 217-228. ISBN1-86854-614. Van den Berg, DJ 2003. Painting history: ‘Terra incognita’ as anti-Leviathan emblem. Acta Academica, 37(1): 56-98.

FACULTY CONTACT

T: +27 51 401 2240 or humanities@ufs.ac.za

Postgraduate:
Marizanne Cloete: +27 51 401 2592

Undergraduate:
Katlego Mabulana: +27 51 401 2495
Juanita Hlongwane: +27 51 401 3269

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