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Mbembe A. Pensare oltre. Perchè è utile la prospettiva postcoloniale. Aut aut. 2012:89-135.
Gunner L, Ligaga D, Moyo D. Radio in Africa: Publics, Cultures, Communities. Johannesburg: Wits University Press; 2012.
Breckenridge K, Szreter S. Registration and Recognition: Documenting the Person in World History. Oxford University Press; 2012.
Szreter S, Breckenridge K. Registration and Recognition: the Infrastructure of Personhood in World History. In: Registration and Recognition: Documenting the person in World History. Oxford University Press; 2012. 1. p. 1-38p.
Nuttall S. The Rise of the Surface: Theorising New Directions for Reading and Criticism in South Africa. In: Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press; 2012. 4. p. 408-421p.
Gupta P. Romancing the Colonial on Ilha de Mozambique. In: Emotion in Motion: Tourism, Affect and Transformation. Farnham: Ashgate; 2012. 2. p. 247-266p.
Lord VM, Hume V, Kelly JL, Cave P, Silver J, Waldman M, et al. Singing classes for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Pulmonary Medicine. 2012;12.
Lee CJ. The Story of O. Transition. 2012:117-129.
Leatt D, Hall K.. Support for Children: Social Services and Social Security. In: Child Health for All. 5th ed. Cape Town: Oxford University Press; 2012.
Nuttall S. violencia, re-composición, superficie: cultura visual en johannesburgo. In: estética y violencia: necropolÍtica, militarización y vidas lloradas. Mexico City: {MUAC}; 2012.
Breckenridge K. Capitaliser sur les pauvres: les enjeux de l’adoption de services financiers biométriques au Nigeria. In: Ceyhan A, Piazza P, editors. L’identification Biométrique: Champs, Acteurs, Enjeux Et Controverses. Paris: Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme; 2011.
Klaaren J. Citizenship, xenophobic violence and law's dark side. In: Landau L, editor. Exorcising the {Demons} {Within}: {Xenophobia}, {Violence}, and {Statecraft} in {Contemporary} {South} {Africa}. Wits University Press; 2011. 1. p. 135-149p.
Lee CJ. Decolonization of a Special Type: Rethinking Cold War History in Southern Africa. Kronos. 2011:6-11.
Klaaren J. A delicate dialogue: Courts, the executive and social policy in South Africa. In: Plaatjies D, editor. Future inheritance: building state capacity in democratic {South} {Africa}. Auckland Park , South Africa: Jacana Media; 2011. 1. p. 118-130p.
Lee CJ. Do colonial people exist? Rethinking ethno-genesis and peoplehood through the longue durée in south-east central Africa. Social History. 2011;36:169-191.
Duff S.. “Education for Every Son and Daughter of South Africa”: Race, Class, and the Compulsory Education Debate in the Cape Colony. In: Mass Education and the Limits of State Building, c.1870-1930. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2011. 2. p. 261-282p.
Sides KB. Framing the Debate on Race: Global Historiography and Local Flavour in Berni Searle's Colour Me Series. Image & Text: A Journal for Design. 2011:120-136.
Gupta P. Friction and Fragments: Local Cosmopolitanism in Postcolonial Mozambique. In: Traversing Transnationalism: The Horizons of Literary and Cultural Studies. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi; 2011. (Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature).
Gupta P. Gandhi and the Goa question. Public Culture. 2011;23:321-330.
Breckenridge K. Gandhi's Progressive Disillusionment: Thumbs, Fingers, and the Rejection of Scientific Modernism in Hind Swaraj. Public Culture. 2011;23(2):331-348.
Gupta P. 'Going for a Sunday Drive': Angolan Decolonization, Learning Whiteness and the Portuguese Diaspora of South Africa. In: Narrating the Portuguese Diaspora: Piecing Things Together. New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang; 2011. 1. p. 135-152p. (Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures).
Nuttall S. The Invisible City: Surfaces and Underneaths in Ivan Vladislavić's 'Portrait with Keys'. In: Marginal Spaces: Reading Ivan Vladislavić. Johannesburg: Wits University Press; 2011.
Lee CJ. Jerusalem Day, 2011. Jerusalem Quarterly. 2011:39-45.
Lee CJ. Jus Soli and Jus Sanguinis in the Colonies: The Interwar Politics of Race, Culture, and Multiracial Legal Status in British Africa. Law and History Review. 2011;29:497-522.
Lee CJ. Locating Hannah Arendt within Postcolonial Thought: A Prospectus. College Literature. 2011;38:95-114.
Duff S.. ‘Onschuldig vermaak’: The Dutch Reformed Church and Children's Leisure Time in the Nineteenth-Century Cape Colony. South African Historical Journal. 2011;63:495-513.
Nuttall S. Penny Siopis’s scripted bodies and the limits of alterity. Social Dynamics. 2011;37:289-298.
Rosenfield S, Gomoll L, Sides KB, Bick T, Anderson SM. Photography and the Archive: 15th ACASA Triennial Conference, 2011. African Arts. 2011;44:1-9.
Klaaren J, Dugard J, Handmaker J. Public Interest Litigation in South Africa: Special Issue Introduction. South African Journal on Human Rights. 2011;27:1-7.
Leatt D, Chipkin I. Religion and Revival in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Focus. 2011:39-46.
Duff S.. Saving the Child to Save the Nation: Poverty, Whiteness and Childhood in the Cape Colony, c.1870–1895. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2011;37:229-245.
Nuttall S. Self Styling. In: Global Visual Cultures: An Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell; 2011.
Breckenridge K. Special Rights in Property: Why Modern African Economies are Dependent on Mineral Resources. In: Bayly CA, Rao V, Szreter S, Woolcock M, editors. History, Historians and Development Policy: A Necessary Dialogue. Manchester: Manchester University Press; 2011.
Lee CJ. Steve Chimombo.; 2011.
Neser A. Stranger at Home: The Praise Poet in Apartheid South Africa. Witwatersrand University Press; 2011.
Hungbo J. Talking to the Polls: Power, Time and the Politics of Representation in Two South African Radio Talk Shows. African Studies. 2011;70:437-454.