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2021
Watermeyer J, Hume VJ, Seabi T, Nattrass R. Complexities in interdisciplinary community engagement projects: some reflections and lessons from an applied drama and theatre project in diabetes care. Medical Humanities. 2021.
Digital imaginaries: African positions beyond binaries. Rottenburg R, Gueye O, McHardy J et al., editors. Bielefeld: Kerber; 2021.
Breckenridge K. Documentary government and mathematical identification : On the theoretical significance of African biometric government. In: Dalberto SAwenengo, Banégas R, editors. Identification and Citizenship in Africa: Biometrics, the Documentary State and Bureaucratic Writings of the Self. Routledge; 2021. 4. p. 49-64p.
Klaaren J. The emergence of regulatory capitalism in Africa. Economy and Society. 2021;50:100-119.
Mbembe A. Futures of Life and Futures of Reason. Public Culture. 2021;33:11-33.
Eyenga GM. La fabrique de l’association scientifique:. Emulations - Revue de sciences sociales. 2021:119-135.
Klaaren J. Legal Aid SA: A Successful Post- Apartheid Institution Supporting the Rule of Law.; 2021. 1. p. 171-187p.
Boehi M. Radical Stories in the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden: Emergent Ecologies’ Challenges to Colonial Narratives and Western Epistemologies. Environmental Humanities. 2021;13:66-92.
Breckenridge K, James D. Recentring the margins: Theorizing African capitalism after 50 years. Economy and Society. 2021.
Nuttall S. The Time Sea. Wasafiri. 2021;36:13-21.
Gupta P. Ways of Seeing Wetness. Wasafiri. 2021;36:37-47.
Breckenridge K. What happened to the theory of African capitalism? Economy and Society. 2021:9-35.
2020
Falkof N, van Staden C, Hook D, Camminga B., Huang M, Masango L, et al.. In: Anxious Joburg: The inner lives of a global South city. NYU Press; 2020.
Gbadamosi R. In: Gunkel H, lynch kara, editors. We Travel the Space Ways: Black Imagination, Fragments, and Diffractions. transcript publishing; 2020.
Klaaren J. Benefit corporations for Africa? A South African perspective on alternative corporate forms.. 2020.
Mbembe A. Brutalisme. Paris: La Découverte; 2020.
Breckenridge K. Capitalism without Surveillance? Development and Change. 2020:18.
Mokoena H. ‘Carpe DM’: Seizing the Afropolitan Day. Current History. 2020;119:194-196.
Bolt M. Chapter 7. Crisis, Work and the Meanings of Mobility on the Zimbabwean-South African Border. In: Noret J, editor. Social im/mobilities in Africa: ethnographic approaches. New York : Oxford: Berghahn Books; 2020.
Pillay N, Manderson L, Mkhwanazi N. Conflict and care in sexual and reproductive health services for young mothers in urban South Africa. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 2020;22:459-473.
Connected lives: families, households, health and care in South Africa. Mkhwanazi N, Manderson L, editors. Cape Town, South Africa: HSRC Press; 2020.
Hume VJ. Delirium in intensive care: violence, loss and humanity. Medical Humanities. 2020.
Lavery C. Diving into the Slave Wreck: The São José Paquete d’Africa and Yvette Christiansë’s Imprendehora. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. 2020:1-15.
Steinberg J. Ethnographies of Global Policing. Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 2020;16:131-145.
Tamarkin N. Genetic afterlives: Black Jewish indigeneity in South Africa. Durham: Duke University Press; 2020.
Fink K, Kohl M-, Siegert N. Ghosts, specters, revenants Hauntology as a means to think and feel future..; 2020.
Mokoena H. ‘The hardness of the times and the dearness of all the necessaries of life’: class and consumption in bilingual nineteenth-century newspapers. Social History. 2020;45:453-475.
Machinya J. Migration control, temporal irregularity and waiting. In: Jacobsen CM, Karlsen M-A, Khosravi S, editors. Waiting and the temporalities of irregular migration. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge; 2020.
Mpofu-Walsh S.. Obedient rebellion: nuclear-weapon-free zones and global nuclear order, 1967–2017. Vol DPhil . University of Oxford; 2020.
Mkhwanazi N. Of dreams and nightmares: implementing medical male circumcision in eSwatini (Swaziland). Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute. 2020;90:132-147.
Gupta P. Of Sky, Water and Skin: Photographs from a Zanzibari Darkroom. Kronos. 2020;46:266-280.
Nuttall S. Pluvial Time/Wet Form. New Literary History. 2020;51:455-472.
Jennings EA, Mkhwanazi N, Berkman L. Receipt of emotional support among rural South African adults. Ageing & Society. 2020:1-25.
Mushakavanhu T. Reincarnating Marechera: notes on a speculative archive. Brooklyn, N.Y: Ugly Duckling Presse; 2020.
Klaaren J., Breckenridge K, Cachalia F., Fonn S., Veller M.. South Africa’s COVID-19 Tracing Database: Risks and rewards of which doctors should be aware. South African Medical Journal. 2020;110.
Steinberg J, Garb T, Hoffman E. Stories of migration and belonging. In: Fiddian-Qasmiyeh E, editor. Refuge in a moving world: tracing refugee and migrant journeys across disciplines. London: UCL Press; 2020.
Lavery C. Thinking from the Southern Ocean. In: Sustaining Seas: Oceanic Space and the Politics of Care.; 2020.
Nyanda J, Makuyana L. The trumpet of Armageddon : South Africa-Zimbabwe special permits and the fear of going back home. Journal of African Languages and Literary Studies. 2020;1:9-26.
Adebayo S. Unmournable bodies, embodied monuments and bodily truths: rethinking reconciliation in Zulu Love Letter. Safundi. 2020:1-4.
Steinberg J. Writing South Africa’s Prisons into History. In: Westall C, Kelly M, editors. Prison writing and the literary world: imprisonment, institutionality and questions of literary practice. New York: Routledge; 2020. (Routledge interdisciplinary perspectives on literature).

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