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Mokoena H. Vigilance: petitions, politics, and the African Christian converts of the nineteenth century. In: Worlding the South. Manchester University Press; 2021. 3. p. 327-345p.
Mokoena H. ‘The Black House’, or How the Zulus Became Jews. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2018;44:401-411.
Mokoena H. Kwaito: The Revolution Was Not Televised; It Announced Itself in Song. In: Kareem E, Carin K, Laura R, editors. Assuming {Boycott}: {Resistance}, {Agency} and {Cultural} {Production}. OR Books; 2017.
Mokoena H. The Rickshaw Puller and the Zulu Policeman: Zulu Men, Work, and Clothing in Colonial Natal. Critical Arts. 2017;31:123-141.
Mokoena H. The Afterlife of Words: Magema Fuze, Bilingual Print Journalism and the Making of a Self-Archive. In: Peterson D, Newell S, Hunter E, editors. African {Print} {Cultures}: {Newspapers} and {Their} {Publics} in the {Twentieth} {Century}. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press; 2016. 3. p. 361-388p.
Mokoena H. Black Diamonds in the Rough.; 2016.
Mokoena H. From slavery to colonialism and school rules: a history of myths about black hair.; 2016.
Mokoena H. Johnny Fingo: war as work on the Eastern Cape Frontier. Kronos. 2016;42:214-231.
Mokoena H. ‘Knobkerrie’: Some Preliminary Notes on the Transformation of a Weapon into a Swagger Stick, or Sometimes a Stick is Not Just a Stick. In: Hamilton C, Leibhammer N, editors. Tribing and {Untribing} the {Archive}: {Set}. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press; 2016.
Mokoena H. The Policeman, Reconsidered. Interventions. 2016;18:800-805.