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Anthea Garman

Anthea Garman

Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, Rhodes UniversityAnthea Garman was a journalist for 16 years before becoming an academic at Rhodes University. She teaches journalism practice in the undergraduate degrees (this includes a course in long form journalism). She runs a postgraduate research group focusing on media and citizenship in South Africa and is the editor of the Rhodes Journalism Review. She is also the convenor of the National Arts Festival public lectures called Think!Fest.
Media must be rape activists, not bystanders
Media must be rape activists, not bystanders
In orientation week of 2008 I had a new group of journalism students working in the Grocott’s Mail newsroom in Grahamstown. We arrived for duty...
Let's talk
Let's talk
The Winter School -- a place where people perform by talking -- is an old, established part of the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. But...
Focus on climate change
Focus on climate change
Oxford University has embarked on a "large and ambitious project" to tackle the biggest problem of the 21st century -- climate change.
Better by design
Better by design
Ravi Naidoo's dream of putting South African design on the map, and talking to the world, has happened.This is evident in the way the Design Indaba...