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2019
Sideris T. From post-traumatic stress disorder to absolute dependence in an intensive care unit: reflections on a clinical account. Medical Humanities. 2019;45:37-44.
Mbembe A. Future Knowledges and Their Implications for the Decolonisation Project. In: Jansen J, editor. Decolonisation in Universities: The politics of knowledge. NYU Press; 2019. 2. p. 239-254p.
Breckenridge K. The global ambitions of the biometric anti-bank : Net1, lockin and the technologies of African financialization. International Review of Applied Economics. 2019.
Hofmeyr I. Imperialism Above and Below the Water Line: Making Space Up (and Down) in a Colonial Port City. Interventions. 2019:1-13.
Watermeyer J, Hume V, Seabi T, Pauly B. “It’s got its own life, and you can’t contain it”: A qualitative study of patient and health professional experiences of diabetes care. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2019.
Keywords in radical geography: Antipode at 50. Collective AEditorial, editor. Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom ; Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell for the Antipode Foundation Ltd; 2019.
Klaaren J. Laying the Table: the role of business in establishing competition law and policy in South Africa. International Review of Applied Economics. 2019;33:119-133.
Breckenridge K. Lineaments of Biopower: The Bureaucratic and Technological Paradoxes of Aadhaar. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. 2019;42(3):5.
Wintjes J, Tiley-Nel S. The Lottering connection: Revisiting the 'discovery' of Mapungubwe. The South African Archaeological Bulletin. 2019;75:101-110.
Rottenburg R, Farman A. Measures of future health, from the nonhuman to the planetary. Medicine Anthropology Theory. 2019;6.
Garb T, Mokoena H. Navigating the African Archive–A Conversation between Tamar Garb and Hlonipha Mokoena. Critical Arts. 2019;33:40-51.
Busby M. New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent. Myriad Editions; 2019.
Samuelson M, Lavery C. The Oceanic South. English Language Notes. 2019;57:37-50.
Barratt BB. Oedipality and oedipal complexes reconsidered: On the incest taboo as key to the universality of the human condition. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. 2019;100:7-31.
Steinberg J. One Day in Bethlehem. Jonathan Ball Publishers; 2019.
Our Words, Our Worlds: Writing on Black South African Women Poets, 2000-2018. Xaba M, editor. UKZN Press; 2019.
Djordjevic D. Pluripotent trajectories: public oncology in Rwanda. BioSocieties. 2019.
Nuttall S. Pluvial Time, Ocean Ontologies and the Heterochronicity of the Present. English Studies in Africa. 2019;62:28-39.
Mbembe A. Purger l’Afrique du désir d’Europe. Le Debat. 2019;n° 205:100-107.
Neiburg F, Guyer JI. The Real Economy: Essays in Ethnographic Theory. HAU; 2019.
Bolt M, Masha T. Recognising the family house: a problem of urban custom in South Africa. South African Journal on Human Rights. 2019;35:147-168.
Chari S. Recompositions in the Subaltern sea: geo-graphy as errantry. In: Jazeel T, Legg S, editors. Subaltern Geographies: Subaltern Studies, space, and the geographical imagination. University of Georgia Press; 2019.
Brunette R, Klaaren J, Nqaba P. Reform in the contract state: Embedded directions in public procurement regulation in South Africa. Development Southern Africa. 2019;36:537-554.
Barratt B. Sexuality, Esoteric Energies, and the Subtleties of Transmutation Versus Transformation. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies. 2019;38:166-184.
Noret J. Social Im/mobilities in Africa: Ethnographic Approaches. Berghahn Books; 2019.
Chari S. Subaltern Sea ? Indian Ocean Errantry against Subalternization. In: Arnold D, Chari S, Featherstone D, Gidwani V, Kumar M, Kumar S, editors. Subaltern Geographies. University of Georgia Press; 2019.
Gupta P. The substance of style: Reading Lesley Lokko. Feminist Theory. 2019;20:141-153.
Moradi F, Rottenburg R. Tele-evidence-On the Translatability of Modernity's Violence. Critical Studies. 2019:19.
Xaba M. \#The Total Shutdown: Disturbing Observations and Tongues of Their Mothers. In: Busby M, editor. New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent. Myriad Editions; 2019. 2. p. 200-224p.
Machinya J. Undocumented Zimbabweans in South Africa: Working in a Constant Fear of Arrest and Deportation. Labour, Capital and Society / Travail, capital et société. 2019;49:25.
Nuttall S. Upsurge. In: Pather J, Boulle C, editors. Acts of Transgression: Contemporary Live Art in South Africa. NYU Press; 2019. 4. p. 41-59p.
Kurgan L, Brawley D. Ways of Knowing Cities. Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture; 2019.
Hume VJ. The work of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance. Mental Health Nursing Journal. 2019;39(2).
Frenkel R, Gupta P. Yo-yo culture: thinking South Africa after Marikana. Social Dynamics. 2019;45:175-182.
Mokoena H. Zuluness on Trial: Re-Reading John W. Colenso’s 1874 Langalibalele and the Amahlubi Tribe: Being Remarks Upon the Official Record. The Journal of African History. 2019;60:67-85.
Mokoena H. Zuluness on Trial: Re-Reading John W. Colenso's 1874 Langalibalele and the Amahlubi Tribe: Being Remarks Upon the Official Record. The Journal of African History. 2019;60:67-85.
2018
Chari S. 3. Mysterious Moves of Revolution: Spectres of Black Power, Futures of Postcoloniality. In: Watson JKim, editor. The postcolonial contemporary: political imaginaries for the global present. New York: Fordham University Press; 2018.
Chari S. 3. Mysterious Moves of Revolution: Spectres of Black Power, Futures of Postcoloniality. In: Watson JKim, editor. The postcolonial contemporary: political imaginaries for the global present. New York: Fordham University Press; 2018.
Masuku B, Mkhwanazi N, Young E, Koch A, Warner D. Beyond the lab: Eh!woza and knowing tuberculosis. Medical Humanities. 2018;44:285-292.
Hume VJ, Mulemi BA, Sadock M. Biomedicine and the humanities: growing pains. Medical Humanities. 2018;44:230-238.

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