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Kosgei J. Swahili Seafarers’ Musings and Sensuous Seascapes in Yvonne Owuor’s The Dragonfly Sea. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. In Press:1-14.
Gupta P, Nuttall S, Peeren E, Stuit H. Planetary Hinterlands: Extraction, Abandonment and Care. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2024.
Goldblatt B, Hassim S. Grass in the cracks’: Gender, social reproduction and climate justice in the Xolobeni struggle. In: Feminist Frontiers in Climate Justice. Edward Elgar Publishing; 2023. 2. p. 246-267p.
Hassim S. How Jacob Zuma Revitalized Feminism in South Africa. Politics & Gender. 2023:1-5.
Klaaren J. Legal Mobilisation Against State Capture. In: State Capture in South Africa: How and why it happened. Wits University Press; 2023.
de Araújo CS. Along the Pink Corridor: Histories of Queer Mobility Between Maputo and Johannesburg (Ca. 1900–2020). In: Queer and Trans African Mobilities : Migration, Asylum and Diaspora. Bloomsbury; 2022.
Mokoena H. Black Orpheus: Black Internationalism in a Time of Blackness. The Thinker. 2022;91:25-30.
Boehi M. BOOK DIGEST | Green Shadows in the Kiya Kiya Republic: Money-spitting snakes and heat in Farai Mudzingwa’s climate fiction.; 2022.
Hassim S. Chapter 1 - Imagining a New World: A Brief History of the South African Feminist Experiment in Institutionalism. In: Feminist Institutionalism in South Africa: Designing for Gender Equality.; 2022.
Bolt M. ‘Creature of statute’: Legal bureaucracy and the performance of professionalism in Johannesburg. Critique of Anthropology. 2022;42:419-438.
Ba C, Renou Y. Décoloniser les politiques du désastre climatique dans l’estuaire du Sénégal : des pratiques adaptatives entre « passé finissant » et « futur proche ». Global Africa. 2022;1:130-151.
Mbembe A. The earthly community: reflections on the last utopia. Corcoran S, editor. Rotterdam: V2_Publishing; 2022.
Breckenridge K. Foreword. In: WITS: The Early Years: A History of the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and its Precursors 1896-1939. Wits University Press; 2022.
Gupta P. Heritage and Design: Ten Portraits from Goa. Cambridge University Press; 2022.
Inaka SJ. Labour Relations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: An Epic History of an Anti-Unionism Terrain. South African Review of Sociology. 2022:1-20.
Toom V, Wienroth M, M’charek A. Law, Practice and Politics of Forensic DNA Profiling: Forensic Genetics and their Technolegal Worlds. Taylor & Francis; 2022.
Hlonipha. Nongqayi / Nongqai. In: Menon DM, editor. Changing Theory: Concepts from the Global South. Routledge India; 2022.
Hassim S. On Not Apologising: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the TRC Hearing into the Mandela United Football Club. In: On Not Apologising: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the TRC Hearing into the Mandela United Football Club. Bristol University Press; 2022. 9. p. 99-118p.
Hofmeyr I, Lavery C. Oceanic Humanities for Blue Heritage. In: Boswell R, O’Kane D, Hills J, editors. The Palgrave Handbook of Blue Heritage. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2022. 3. p. 31-40p.
de Araújo CS. Pajuba. In: Menon DM, editor. Changing Theory: Concepts from the Global South. Routledge India; 2022.
Adebayo S. Post-apartheid melancholia: negotiating loss and (be)longing in South Africa. Social Dynamics. 2022;48:275-293.
Lavery C. Postcolonial Plumbing. Interventions. 2022;24:355-368.
Pooe T, Brown A, Klaaren J. Pro Bono in South Africa. In: Cummings SL, Silva Fde Sa e, Trubek LG, editors. Global Pro Bono: Causes, Context, and Contestation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2022. 5. p. 535-569p.
Hofmeyr I, Nuttall S, Lavery C. Reading for Water. Interventions. 2022;24:303-322.
Poinasamy R. Recognizing LGBTQ+ Faces Beyond the Mauritian Nation-State 1. In: Routledge Handbook of African Popular Culture. Routledge; 2022.
Klaaren J. Reforming procurement standards in order to effectively deliver public infrastructure: Rethinking the regulatory environment in post-pandemic South Africa.. 2022.
Lavery C. The Southern Indian Ocean and the Oceanic South. Global Nineteenth-Century Studies. 2022;1:63-72.
Mokoena H. States of Emergency—The Apartheid Paranoia in South Africa’s Lockdown. Current History. 2022;121:196-198.
Mbembe A. Un New Deal entre l’Europe et l’Afrique est-il possible ?. In: Un New Deal entre l’Europe et l’Afrique est-il possible ? Groupe d’études géopolitiques; 2022. 1. p. 1-8p. (Working papers).
Brenner J, Hofmeyr I, Lavery C. Water/colour/bead. Multimodality & Society. 2022;2:131-140.
Machinya J. “We maZimba… There Is Nothing That We Cannot Do”: The Work Ethic of Undocumented Zimbabwean Day Labourers in eMalahleni, South Africa. In: Rugunanan P, Xulu-Gama N, editors. Migration in Southern Africa: IMISCOE Regional Reader. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2022. 2. p. 231-245p. (IMISCOE Research Series).
Kentridge W, Morris RC. Accounts and Drawings from Underground: The East Rand Proprietary Mines Cash Book. 2nd ed. Seagull Books; 2021.
Papailias P, Gupta P. Blowing up “the World” in World Anthropologies. American Anthropologist. 2021:aman.13670.
Morris RC. Chronicling Deaths Foretold:. In: Navaro Y, Biner ZÖzlem, von Bieberstein A, Altuğ S, editors. Reverberations. University of Pennsylvania Press; 2021. 3. p. 33-62p. (Violence Across Time and Space).
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.
Cane J. Concrete Oceans: The Dolos, Apartheid Engineering, and the Intertidal Zone. GeoHumanities. 2021;7:44-64.
Boehi M, Xaba Pm. Decolonising Kirstenbosch: confronting the violent past of South Africa’s botanical gardens. Architectural Review. 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.
Lamoureaux S, Rottenburg R. Doing postcolonial gender: an approach to justifying rights, resources, and recognition. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. 2021;4(1):13.