"Where I become you." (A response to Rein Brouwer)

K August


I hereby wish to express my appreciation for the topic of your presentation for this symposium on Covert Violence and Human Dignity. Your topic ‘Where I become you’ – A practical theological reading of Antjie Krog’s concept of interconnectedness has really challenged me at a deep existential and moral level with regard to matters of citizenship, building a post-colonial society, gender, nation-building and human dignity.


Antjie Krog; violence; human dignity; Begging to be Black; interconnectedness

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