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2014
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. Mandela’s Mortality. In: Barnard R, editor. The Cambridge companion to Nelson Mandela. Cambridge University Press; 2014. 2. p. 267-290p.
2013
Bystrom K, Nuttall S. Introduction : Private lives and public cultures in South Africa. Cultural Studies. 2013;27:307-332.
Nuttall S. Wound, Surface, Skin. Cultural Studies. 2013;27:418-437.
2012
Nuttall S. The humanities unplugged. Social Dynamics. 2012;38:20-25.
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.
Nuttall S. violencia, re-composición, superficie: cultura visual en johannesburgo. In: estética y violencia: necropolÍtica, militarización y vidas lloradas. Mexico City: {MUAC}; 2012.
2011
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.
Nuttall S. Penny Siopis’s scripted bodies and the limits of alterity. Social Dynamics. 2011;37:289-298.
Nuttall S. Self Styling. In: Global Visual Cultures: An Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell; 2011.
2008
Nuttall S. About Beauty. Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art. 2008;22:136-145.
Nuttall S. I Love You, I Hate You. In: Load Shedding. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2008.
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. Introduction: Afropolis. In: Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2008. 1. p. 1-36p. (Public Culture).
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Durham: Duke University Press; 2008.
Nuttall S. Literary City. In: Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2008. 1. p. 195-220p. (Public Culture).
Nuttall S. Stylizing the Self. In: Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2008. (Public Culture).
2007
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. Afropolis: From Johannesburg. {PMLA}. 2007;122:281-288.
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.
Nuttall S. Rethinking Beauty. In: {Beautiful/Ugly:} African and Diaspora Aesthetics. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press; 2007. 6. p. 6-29p.
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
Nuttall S. A Politics of the Emergent: Cultural Studies in South Africa. Theory, Culture & Society. 2006;23:263-278.
Nuttall S. What the Blood Remembers. In: At Risk. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2006.
2005
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. A Blasé Attitude: A Response to Michael Watts. Public Culture. 2005;17:193-202.
Nuttall S. The Shock of Beauty: Penny Siopis' Pinky Pinky and Shame Series. In: Penny Siopis. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery Editions; 2005.
Nuttall S. Subjectivities of Whiteness. In: Rethinking Settler Colonialism. Manchester: Manchester University Press; 2005.
2004
Nuttall S. Bodiographies: Writing the Flesh in Arthur Nortje. In: Arthur Nortje, Poet and South African: New critical and contextual essays. Pretoria: Unisa Press; 2004.
Nuttall S. City forms and writing the ‘now’ in South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2004;30:731-748.
Nuttall S. Girl Bodies. Social Text. 2004;78:17-33.
Nuttall S. Stylizing the Self: The Y Generation in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Public Culture. 2004;16:430-452.
Mbembe A, Nuttall S. Writing the World from an African Metropolis. Public Culture. 2004;16:347-372.
Mbembe A, Nuttall S. Writing the world from an African metropolis. Public culture. 2004;16(3):347-372.
2000
Nuttall S, Michael CA. Senses of Culture: South African Culture Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2000.

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