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  1. Kosgei J. Swahili Seafarers’ Musings and Sensuous Seascapes in Yvonne Owuor’s The Dragonfly Sea. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. In Press:1-14.


  1. Goldblatt B, Hassim S. Grass in the cracks’: Gender, social reproduction and climate justice in the Xolobeni struggle. In: Feminist Frontiers in Climate Justice. Edward Elgar Publishing; 2023. 2. p. 246-267p.
  2. Klaaren J. Legal Mobilisation Against State Capture. In: State Capture in South Africa: How and why it happened. Wits University Press; 2023.


  1. Breckenridge K. Foreword. In: WITS: The Early Years: A History of the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and its Precursors 1896-1939. Wits University Press; 2022.
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  5. Gupta P. Heritage and Design: Ten Portraits from Goa. Cambridge University Press; 2022.
  6. Hassim S. Chapter 1 - Imagining a New World: A Brief History of the South African Feminist Experiment in Institutionalism. In: Feminist Institutionalism in South Africa: Designing for Gender Equality.; 2022.
  7. Hassim S. On Not Apologising: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the TRC Hearing into the Mandela United Football Club. In: On Not Apologising: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the TRC Hearing into the Mandela United Football Club. Bristol University Press; 2022. 9. p. 99-118p.
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  12. Lavery C. Postcolonial Plumbing. Interventions. 2022;24:355-368.
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  14. Mbembe A. Un New Deal entre l’Europe et l’Afrique est-il possible ?. In: Un New Deal entre l’Europe et l’Afrique est-il possible ? Groupe d’études géopolitiques; 2022. 1. p. 1-8p. (Working papers).
  15. Poinasamy R. Recognizing LGBTQ+ Faces Beyond the Mauritian Nation-State 1. In: Routledge Handbook of African Popular Culture. Routledge; 2022.
  16. Pooe T, Brown A, Klaaren J. Pro Bono in South Africa. In: Cummings SL, Silva Fde Sa e, Trubek LG, editors. Global Pro Bono: Causes, Context, and Contestation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2022. 5. p. 535-569p.


  1. Breckenridge K. Documentary government and mathematical identification : On the theoretical significance of African biometric government. In: Dalberto SAwenengo, Banégas R, editors. Identification and Citizenship in Africa: Biometrics, the Documentary State and Bureaucratic Writings of the Self. Routledge; 2021. 4. p. 49-64p.
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  3. Eyenga GM. La fabrique de l’association scientifique:. Emulations - Revue de sciences sociales. 2021:119-135.
  4. Gupta P. Ways of Seeing Wetness. Wasafiri. 2021;36:37-47.
  5. Hassim S. Why Care? Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. 2021;107:53-66.
  6. Hofmeyr I, Lavery C. Reading in Antarctica. Wasafiri. 2021;36:79-86.
  7. Jones S, Lavery C. On Water. Wasafiri. 2021;36:1-2.
  8. Klaaren J. The emergence of regulatory capitalism in Africa. Economy and Society. 2021;50:100-119.
  9. Lamoureaux S, Rottenburg R. Doing postcolonial gender: an approach to justifying rights, resources, and recognition. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. 2021;4(1):13.
  10. Mbembe A. Out of the dark night: essays on decolonization. Columbia University Press; 2021.
  11. Mbembe A. The Universal Right to Breathe. Critical Inquiry. 2021;47:S58-S62.
  12. Mbembe A. Futures of Life and Futures of Reason. Public Culture. 2021;33:11-33.
  13. 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.
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  17. Papailias P, Gupta P. Blowing up “the World” in World Anthropologies. American Anthropologist. 2021:aman.13670.


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  16. Wintjes J. A Cowrie’s Life: The São Bento and Transoceanic Trade in the Sixteenth Century. Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies. 2020;6:237-257.


  1. Barratt B. Sexuality, Esoteric Energies, and the Subtleties of Transmutation Versus Transformation. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies. 2019;38:166-184.
  2. 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.
  3. Breckenridge K. Lineaments of Biopower: The Bureaucratic and Technological Paradoxes of Aadhaar. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. 2019;42(3):5.
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  10. Gupta P. Balcony, Shutter, Door. Vienna Working Papers in Ethnography. 2019.
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  1. Breckenridge K. Chapter 10 Hopeless entanglement : The short history of the academic humanities in South Africa. In: Ahlburg DA, editor. The {Changing} {Face} of {Higher} {Education} : {Is} {There} an {International} {Crisis} in the {Humanities}?; 2018. 1. p. 175-196p.
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  9. Mokoena H. ‘The Black House’, or How the Zulus Became Jews. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2018;44:401-411.


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  1. Barratt BB. Seven Questions for Kleinian Psychology. Psychoanalytic Psychology. 2016:No Pagination Specified.
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  16. Wright T. The Bohemian on a Pin. Novel. 2016;49:175-178.


  1. Breckenridge K. Conspicuous disease: The surveillance of silicosis in South Africa, 1910-1970. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2015;58:15-22.
  2. Chari S. African Extraction, Indian Ocean Critique. South Atlantic Quarterly. 2015;114:83-100.
  3. Duff S.. Babies of the Empire: Science, Nation, and Truby King's Mothercraft in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa. In: Children, Childhood and Youth in the British World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2015. 5. p. 59-73p. (Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood).
  4. Gupta P. Autoethnographic Interventions and ‘Intimate Exposures’ in Ricardo Rangel's Portuguese Mozambique . Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies. 2015;29(Supplement 1):166-181.
  5. Gupta P. Decolonization and (Dis)Possession in Lusophone Africa. In: Mobility Makes States: Migration and Power in Africa. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; 2015.
  6. Hume V. Mesmer & the Artificial Tide. In: Rattle Tales 3.; 2015.
  7. Klaaren J. Civil Government Lawyers in South Africa. New York Law School Law Review. 2015;60:365-377.
  8. Klaaren J. Transformation of the Judicial System in South Africa, 2012-2013. George Washington international Law Review. 2015;47:481-508.
  9. Klaaren J. The South African ‘Secrecy Act’: Democracy Put to the Test. Verfassung und Recht in Übersee VRÜ. 2015;48:284-303.
  10. Klaaren J. African corporate lawyering and globalization. International Journal of the Legal Profession. 2015;22:226-242.
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  12. Lee CJ. From Imperial Subjects to Global South Partners: South Africa, India, and the Politics of Multilateralism. In: Competing Visions of India in World Politics: India's Rise Beyond the West. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2015. 7. p. 79-93p.
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