WISER publications

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2013
Duff S.. “faded flowers?” Children in the Concentration Camps. In: The War at Home: Women and Families in the Anglo-Boer War. Cape Town: Tafelberg; 2013. 1. p. 143-167p.
Mbembe A. Frankreich provinzialisieren?. In: Jenseits des Eurozentrismus: Postkoloniale Perspektiven in den Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag; 2013. 2. p. 224-263p.
Mbembe A. Frantz Fanon’s Oeuvres: A Metamorphic Thought. Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art. 2013;2013:8-17.
Lee CJ. Gender without Groups: Confession, Resistance and Selfhood in the Colonial Archive. In: Gabaccia DR, Maynes MJo, editors. Gender History Across Epistemologies. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd; 2013. 1. p. 181-197p.
Klaaren J. The Human Right to Information and Transparency. In: Bianchi A, Peters A, editors. Transparency in {International} {Law}. Cambridge University Press; 2013. 2. p. 223-238p.
van der Wiel R. “I am happy with one”: Re-evaluating the relationship between gender, breast-cancer surgery, and survival. Agenda. 2013;27:55-64.
van der Wiel R. “I am happy with one”: Re-evaluating the relationship between gender, breast-cancer surgery, and survival. Agenda. 2013;27:55-64.
Lee CJ. The Indian Ocean during the Cold War: Thinking through a Critical Geography. History Compass. 2013;11:524-530.
Sideris T. Intimate Partner Violence in Post Apartheid South Africa: Psychoanalytic Insights and Dilemmas. In: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in South Africa: contexts, theories and applications. Johannesburg: Wits University Press; 2013.
Appleby S, Hume V. Into Sleep. London: rb&hArts; 2013.
Bystrom K, Nuttall S. Introduction : Private lives and public cultures in South Africa. Cultural Studies. 2013;27:307-332.
Mbembe A. L'esclave, figure de l'anti-musée ? Africultures. 2013;n° 91:38-42.
Leatt D. Sufi narratives of intimacy: Ibn ‘Arabī, gender and sexuality. Social Dynamics. 2013;39:144-146.
Groves Z. Transnational Networks and Regional Solidarity: The Case of the Central African Federation, 1953–1963. African Studies. 2013;72:155-175.
Duff S.. “Unto Children’s Children”: Clerical families and childrearing advice in the Cape Colony. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History. 2013;14.
Nuttall S. Wound, Surface, Skin. Cultural Studies. 2013;27:418-437.
2012
Breckenridge K. 14 No Will to Know: The Rise and Fall of African Civil Registration in Twentieth-Century South Africa. In: Proceedings of the British Academy. Vol 182. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2012. 3. p. 357-383p.
Lee CJ. Aftermath. In: The Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Imperial Histories. Farnham: Ashgate; 2012. 6. p. 601-615p.
Wright T. The Art of Evasion: Writing and the State in J.M. Coetzee's Life & Times of Michael K. Journal of Literary Studies. 2012;28:55-76.
Mbembe A. At the centre of the knot. Social Dynamics. 2012;38:8-14.
Lee CJ. Gender without Groups: Confession, Resistance and Selfhood in the Colonial Archive. Gender & History. 2012;24:701-717.
Nuttall S. The humanities unplugged. Social Dynamics. 2012;38:20-25.
Klaaren J. Judicious Transparency. In: Woolman S, Bilchitz D, editors. Is this {Seat} {Taken}?: {Conversations} at the {Bar}, the {Bench} and the {Academy} about the {South} {African} {Constitution}. Pretoria University Law Press; 2012. 4. p. 423-436p.
Mbembe A. Metamorphic Thought: The Works of Frantz Fanon. African Studies. 2012;71:19-28.
Gupta P. Monsoon fever. Social Dynamics. 2012;38:516-527.
Mbembe A. necropolÍtica, una revisión crÍtica. In: estética y violencia: necropolÍtica, militarización y vidas lloradas. Mexico City: {MUAC}; 2012. 1. p. 130-139p.
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.
2011
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.

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