WISER publications

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2008
Klaaren J, Handmaker J, de la Hunt LA. Talking a New Talk: A Legislative History of the Refugees Act 130 of 1998. In: Handmaker J, de la Hunt LAnne, Klaaren J, editors. Advancing {Refugee} {Protection} in {South} {Africa}. Berghahn Books; 2008. 4. p. 47-60p.
Hume V, Wainwright T, Wynne J, Toop D, Darwent C, Sharp L, et al. Transplant. rb&hArts; 2008.
Gupta P. An Unsuitable Girl. In: Load Shedding. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2008.
Burns C. A useable past: the search for history in chords. Nordik Afrika Institute, Uppsala, Sweden; 2008.
2007
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. Afropolis: From Johannesburg. {PMLA}. 2007;122:281-288.
Hume V. The art of health. Breathe:. 2007;4(2):140-7.
McGregor L, Nuttall S. At Risk: Writing on and Over the Edge of South Africa. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2007.
Nuttall S. Beautiful/Ugly: African and Diaspora Aesthetics. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2007.
Burns C. Book Review: Special Issue of Culture, Health and Sexuality. Sexualities. 2007;10(2):263.
Lee CJ. Crisis as Catalyst: Contemporary Zimbabwe and the Reinstatement of Region in a Global Era. Safundi. 2007;8:117-138.
Leatt D. Faithfully Secular: Secularism and South African Political Life. Journal for the Study of Religion. 2007;20.
Breckenridge K. Fighting for a White South Africa: White working-class racism and the 1922 Rand Revolt The Rand Revolt: The 1922 Insurrection and Racial Killing in South Africa, Jeremy Krikler: book review. South African Historical Journal. 2007;57:228-243.
Lee CJ. How to Do Things with Words: African Oral History and Its Textual Incarnations. Words and Silences: The Journal of the International Oral History Association. 2007;4:1-5.
Klaaren J. Institutional Transformation and the Choice Against Vetting in South Africa’s Transition. In: Mayer-Rieckh A, De Greiff P, editors. Justice as {Prevention}: {Vetting} {Public} {Employees} in {Transitional} {Societies}. Social Science Research Council; 2007. 1. p. 146-179p.
McGregor L. Khabzela: The Life and Times of a South African. Jacana Media; 2007.
Gupta P. Mapping Portuguese Decolonisation in the Indian Ocean: A Research Agenda. South African Historical Journal. 2007;57:93-112.
Leatt D. Poverty and Young Children in South Africa. In: Early Childhood Education: An International Encyclopedia. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger; 2007. 1. p. 1199-1203p.
Lee CJ. Race and Bureaucracy Revisited: Hannah Arendt's Recent Re-Emergence in African Studies. In: Hannah Arendt and the Uses of History: Imperialism, Nation, Race, and Genocide. New York: Berghahn; 2007. 6. p. 68-86p.
Nuttall S. Rethinking Beauty. In: {Beautiful/Ugly:} African and Diaspora Aesthetics. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2007. 6. p. 6-29p.
Leatt D. Support for Children: Social Services and Social Security. In: Child Health for All. 4th ed. Cape Town: Oxford University Press; 2007. 2. p. 258-265p.
Leatt D, Budlender D.. Under What Conditions? Social Security for Children in South Africa. In: Notes on Social Protection Initiatives for Children, Women and Families. New York: The New School and {UNICEF}; 2007.
Nuttall S. Youth Cultures of Consumption in Johannesburg. In: Youth Moves: Identities and Education in Global Perspective. New York: Routledge; 2007. (Critical Youth Studies).
2006
Lee CJ. Arendt's Lesson: The Challenge and Need for Teaching Empire in the Present. Radical History Review. 2006;95:129-144.
Klaaren J. A Delicate Balance: The Place of the Judiciary in a Constitutional Democracy. SiberInk; 2006.
Lee CJ. Desperately Seeking Tsitsi. Transition. 2006:128-150.
Lee CJ. Entre la rue et le musée : le problème du « moment présent » en Afrique du Sud. Politique Africaine. 2006;103:81-99.
Duff S.. From New Women to College Girls at the Huguenot Seminary and College, 1895-1910. Historia. 2006;51:1-27.
Burns C. The Letters of Louisa Mvemve. Africa's hidden histories: everyday literacy and making the self. 2006:78-112.
Leatt D. Policies to live by: targeted poverty alleviation in South Africa. In: Poverty and Children: Policies to Break the Vicious Cycle. New York: The New School and {UNICEF}; 2006.
Nuttall S. A Politics of the Emergent: Cultural Studies in South Africa. Theory, Culture & Society. 2006;23:263-278.
Sideris T. Post-Apartheid South Africa: Gender, Rights and the Politics of Recognition. In: The Security-Development Nexus: Expressions of Sovereignty and Securitization in Southern Africa. HSRC Press; 2006.
Clarke S, Hahn H, Hoggett P, Sideris T. Psychoanalysis and Community. Psychoanalysis, Culture {&} Society. 2006;11:199-216.
Mbembe A. «Qu’est-ce que la pensée postcoloniale. Esprit. 2006;12(2006):117-134.
Breckenridge K. Reasons for writing: African working-class letter-writing in early-twentieth century South Africa. In: Barber K, editor. Africa's Hidden Histories: everyday literacy and making the self. Bloomington: Indiana University Press; 2006.
Klaaren J. Southern Africa: as seen through sexuality, mobility and citizenship. African Sociological Review / Revue Africaine de Sociologie. 2006;9:168-183.
Lee CJ. Voices from the Margins: The Coloured Factor in Southern African History. South African Historical Journal. 2006;56:201-218.
Nuttall S. What the Blood Remembers. In: At Risk. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2006.
2005
Leatt D, Hendricks G.. Beyond Identity Politics: Homosexuality and Gayness in South Africa. In: Performing Queer: Shaping Sexualities 1994-2004. Vol 1. Cape Town: Kwela; 2005.
Breckenridge K. The Biometric State: The promise and peril of digital government in the New South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2005;31(2):267-282.
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. A Blasé Attitude: A Response to Michael Watts. Public Culture. 2005;17:193-202.

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