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Lavery, Charne. "Antarctica and Africa: Narrating alternate futures." Polar Record 55 (2019): 347-350.
Gupta, Pamila. "Balcony, Shutter, Door." Vienna Working Papers in Ethnography (2019).
Barratt, Barnaby B.. Beyond Psychotherapy: On Becoming a (Radical) Psychoanalyst. Routledge, 2019.
Xaba, Makhosazana. "Black Women Poets and Their Books as Contributions to the Agenda of Feminism." In Our Words, Our Worlds: Writing on Black South African Women Poets, 2000-2018, edited by Makhosazana Xaba, 15-61. UKZN Press, 2019.
Gupta, Pamila, and Ronit Frenkel. "Chick-lit in a time of African cosmopolitanism." Feminist Theory 20 (2019): 123-132.
Competition and Regulation for Inclusive Growth in Southern Africa, Edited by Jonathan Klaaren, Simon Roberts and Imraan Valodia. Jacana, 2019.
Kneale, Dylan, Robert French, Helen Spandler, Ingrid Young, Carrie Purcell, Zoë Boden, Steven D. Brown, Dan Callwood, Sarah Carr, Alex Dymock et al. "Conducting sexualities research: an outline of emergent issues and case studies from ten Wellcome-funded projects." Wellcome Open Research 4 (2019): 137.
Bolt, Maxim. "Crisis work and the meanings of mobility." In Social Im/mobilities in Africa: Ethnographic Approaches, edited by Joël Noret. Berghahn Books, 2019.
Jansen, Jonathan. Decolonisation in Universities: The politics of knowledge. NYU Press, 2019.
Chari, Sharad. "Earth-Writing (Spaciousness)." In Keywords in Radical Geography: Antipode at 50, 95-101. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2019.
Breckenridge, Keith. "The failure of the “single source of truth about Kenyans” : the National Digital Registry System, collateral mysteries and the Safaricom monopoly." African Studies 78, no. 1 (2019).
Hassim, Shireen. Fatima Meer: Voices of Liberation. IPG-ACADEMIC, 2019.
Sideris, Tina. "From post-traumatic stress disorder to absolute dependence in an intensive care unit: reflections on a clinical account." Medical Humanities 45 (2019): 37-44.
Mbembe, Achille. "Future Knowledges and Their Implications for the Decolonisation Project." In Decolonisation in Universities: The politics of knowledge, edited by Jonathan Jansen, 239-254. NYU Press, 2019.
Breckenridge, Keith. "The global ambitions of the biometric anti-bank : Net1, lockin and the technologies of African financialization." International Review of Applied Economics (2019).
Hofmeyr, Isabel. "Imperialism Above and Below the Water Line: Making Space Up (and Down) in a Colonial Port City." Interventions (2019): 1-13.
Watermeyer, Jennifer, Victoria Hume, Tshegofatso Seabi, and Bruno Pauly. "“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, Edited by Antipode Editorial Collective. Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom ; Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell for the Antipode Foundation Ltd, 2019.
Klaaren, Jonathan. "Laying the Table: the role of business in establishing competition law and policy in South Africa." International Review of Applied Economics 33 (2019): 119-133.
Breckenridge, Keith. "Lineaments of Biopower: The Bureaucratic and Technological Paradoxes of Aadhaar." South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 42, no. 3 (2019): 5.
Wintjes, Justine, and Sian Tiley-Nel. "The Lottering connection: Revisiting the 'discovery' of Mapungubwe." The South African Archaeological Bulletin 75 (2019): 101-110.
Rottenburg, Richard, and Abou Farman. "Measures of future health, from the nonhuman to the planetary." Medicine Anthropology Theory 6 (2019).
Garb, Tamar, and Hlonipha Mokoena. "Navigating the African Archive–A Conversation between Tamar Garb and Hlonipha Mokoena." Critical Arts 33 (2019): 40-51.
Busby, Margaret. New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent. Myriad Editions, 2019.
Samuelson, Meg, and Charne Lavery. "The Oceanic South." English Language Notes 57 (2019): 37-50.
Barratt, Barnaby B.. "Oedipality and oedipal complexes reconsidered: On the incest taboo as key to the universality of the human condition." The International Journal of Psychoanalysis 100 (2019): 7-31.
Steinberg, Jonny. One Day in Bethlehem. Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2019.
Our Words, Our Worlds: Writing on Black South African Women Poets, 2000-2018, Edited by Makhosazana Xaba. UKZN Press, 2019.
Djordjevic, Darja. "Pluripotent trajectories: public oncology in Rwanda." BioSocieties (2019).
Nuttall, Sarah. "Pluvial Time, Ocean Ontologies and the Heterochronicity of the Present." English Studies in Africa 62 (2019): 28-39.
Mbembe, Achille. "Purger l’Afrique du désir d’Europe." Le Debat n° 205 (2019): 100-107.
Neiburg, Federico, and Jane I. Guyer. The Real Economy: Essays in Ethnographic Theory. HAU, 2019.
Bolt, Maxim, and Tshenolo Masha. "Recognising the family house: a problem of urban custom in South Africa." South African Journal on Human Rights 35 (2019): 147-168.
Chari, Sharad. "Recompositions in the Subaltern sea: geo-graphy as errantry." In Subaltern Geographies: Subaltern Studies, space, and the geographical imagination, edited by Tariq Jazeel and Stephen Legg. University of Georgia Press, 2019.
Brunette, Ryan, Jonathan Klaaren, and Patronella Nqaba. "Reform in the contract state: Embedded directions in public procurement regulation in South Africa." Development Southern Africa 36 (2019): 537-554.
Barratt, Barnaby. "Sexuality, Esoteric Energies, and the Subtleties of Transmutation Versus Transformation." International Journal of Transpersonal Studies 38 (2019): 166-184.
Noret, Joël. Social Im/mobilities in Africa: Ethnographic Approaches. Berghahn Books, 2019.
Chari, Sharad. "Subaltern Sea ? Indian Ocean Errantry against Subalternization." In Subaltern Geographies, edited by David Arnold, Sharad Chari, David Featherstone, Vinay Gidwani, Mukul Kumar and Sunil Kumar. University of Georgia Press, 2019.
Gupta, Pamila. "The substance of style: Reading Lesley Lokko." Feminist Theory 20 (2019): 141-153.
Moradi, Fazil, and Richard Rottenburg. "Tele-evidence-On the Translatability of Modernity's Violence." Critical Studies (2019): 19.