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Hume VJ, Mulemi BA, Sadock M. Biomedicine and the humanities: growing pains. Medical Humanities. 2018;44:230-238.
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.
Klaaren J. The Constitutionalist Concept of Justice L Ackermann: Evolution by revolution. In: Bohler-Muller N, Cosser M, Pienaar G, editors. Making the Road by Walking: The Evolution of the South African Constitution. Pretoria, South Africa: Pretoria University Law Press; 2018. 2. p. 27-43p.
Correction: Inclusion, access and social justice: the rhizomic evolution of a field across a continent. Medical Humanities. 2018.
Breckenridge K. État documentaire et identification mathématique : la dimension théorique du gouvernement biométrique africain. Politique Africaine. 2018;(152):31-48.
Sideris T. From post-traumatic stress disorder to absolute dependence in an intensive care unit: reflections on a clinical account. Medical Humanities. 2018.
Hume VJ. Ghosts in the Health Machine: Visits from the Dead in Hospital. Medicine Anthropology Theory (MAT). 2018;5(1).
Harrop-Allin S, Fabian J, McCallum M, Hume VJ, Etheredge H. “Humanising Healthcare Spaces”: Report on the Development and Impact of a Music Collaboration between Community Music and Donald Gordon Medical Centre at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Muziki. 2018;14:55-80.
Tsampiras C, Mkhwanazi N, Hume VJ. Inclusion, access and social justice: the rhizomic evolution of a field across a continent. Medical Humanities. 2018;44:218-220.
Klaaren J. My Vote Counts and the Transparency of Political Party Funding in South Africa. Law, Democracy, & Development. 2018;22:1-11.
Hume VJ, Wainwright M. Reflections on a field across time and space: the emergent medical and health humanities in South Africa. Medical Humanities. 2018;44:263-269.
Makanya S. Between the 'traditional' and the theatrical: Forms and performances of healing depression in South Africa in Applied Theatre. In: Applied Theatre: Performing Health and Wellbeing.; 2017.
Chari S. The Blues and the Damned: (Black) life-that-survives capital and biopolitics. Critical African Studies. 2017;9:152-173.
Breckenridge K, Hecht G. Confronting African Histories of Technology A Conversation with Keith Breckenridge and Gabrielle Hecht. Radical History Review. 2017;(127):87-102.
Chari S. Detritus. In: Fueling Culture: Energy, History, Politics. Fordham University Press; 2017.
Gupta P. Dressing Up in 17th Century Goa. In: Visualizing Portuguese Power: The Political Uses of Images in Portugal and its Overseas Empire (16th-18th C). Berlin: Diaphanes Press; 2017.
Klaaren J. From Prohibited Immigrants to Citizens: The Origins of Citizenship and Nationality in South Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: UCT Press; 2017.
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.
Nuttall S, Oguibe O, Akpata O, Ude I, Jr HG. Nollywood Portraits: A Radical Beauty. Skira; 2017.
Other geographies: the influences of Michael Watts. Chari S, editor. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley; 2017.
Police in Africa: The Street Level View. Beek J, Göpfert M, Owen O, Steinberg J, editors. S.l.: Oxford University Press; 2017.
O'Halloran P. Protest Nation: The Right to Protest in South Africa (Book review) . Journal of Asian and African Studies. 2017.
Goldblatt B, Rai SM. Recognizing the Full Costs of Care? Compensation for Families in South Africa’s Silicosis Class Action. Social & Legal Studies. 2017:0964663917739455.
van der Wiel R. Resisting research culture at a South African medical school: Doctors invoking clinical crisis to challenge the expansion of their professional role.; 2017.
O'Halloran P. The Soweto Uprising, by Noor Nieftagodien. Journal of Contemporary African Studies . 2017;32(2).
Chari S. Three Moments of Stuart Hall in South Africa: Postcolonial-Postsocialist Marxisms of the Future. Critical Sociology. 2017;43:831-845.
Klaaren J. Towards republican citizenship : a reflection on the jurisprudence of former Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo. Southern African Public Law. 2017;32:1-13.