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Sideris T. Post-Apartheid South Africa: Gender, Rights and the Politics of Recognition. In: The Security-Development Nexus: Expressions of Sovereignty and Securitization in Southern Africa. HSRC Press; 2006.
Clarke S, Hahn H, Hoggett P, Sideris T. Psychoanalysis and Community. Psychoanalysis, Culture {&} Society. 2006;11:199-216.
Mbembe A. «Qu’est-ce que la pensée postcoloniale. Esprit. 2006;12(2006):117-134.
Breckenridge K. Reasons for writing: African working-class letter-writing in early-twentieth century South Africa. In: Barber K, editor. Africa's Hidden Histories: everyday literacy and making the self. Bloomington: Indiana University Press; 2006.
Klaaren J. Southern Africa: as seen through sexuality, mobility and citizenship. African Sociological Review / Revue Africaine de Sociologie. 2006;9:168-183.
Lee CJ. Voices from the Margins: The Coloured Factor in Southern African History. South African Historical Journal. 2006;56:201-218.
Nuttall S. What the Blood Remembers. In: At Risk. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball; 2006.
Leatt D, Hendricks G.. Beyond Identity Politics: Homosexuality and Gayness in South Africa. In: Performing Queer: Shaping Sexualities 1994-2004. Vol 1. Cape Town: Kwela; 2005.
Breckenridge K. The Biometric State: The promise and peril of digital government in the New South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies. 2005;31(2):267-282.
Nuttall S, Mbembe A. A Blasé Attitude: A Response to Michael Watts. Public Culture. 2005;17:193-202.
Mbembe A. A la lisière du monde. Frontières, territorialité et souveraineté en Afrique. Le territoire est mort vive les territoires. Paris: IDR. 2005:47-77.
Lee CJ. The 'Native' Undefined: Colonial Categories, Anglo-African Status, and the Politics of Kinship in British Central Africa, 1929-1938. The Journal of African History. 2005;46:455-478.
Duff S.. 'Oh! for a blessing on Africa and America', the Mount Holyoke system and the Huguenot Seminary, 1874 - 1885. New Contree. 2005;50:21-45.
Klaaren J. A Second Look at the South African Human Rights Commission, Access to Information, and the Promotion of Socioeconomic Rights. Human Rights Quarterly. 2005;27:539-561.
Hoad NW, Martin K, Reid G. Sex and politics in South Africa. Double Storey Books; 2005.
Nuttall S. The Shock of Beauty: Penny Siopis' Pinky Pinky and Shame Series. In: Penny Siopis. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery Editions; 2005.
Burns Ca. Silencing the Present. passages. 2005;(June).
Klaaren J. South African Human Rights Commission. In: Woolman S, editor. Constitutional Law of South Africa. 2nd Revised & enlarged edition. Kenwyn, South Africa: Juta Legal and Academic Publishers; 2005. 2. p. 24C-1p. to p. 24C-19p.
Nkosi L, Stiebel L. Still beating the drum: critical perspectives on Lewis Nkosi. Vol 81. Rodopi Bv Editions; 2005.
Lee CJ. Subaltern Studies and African Studies. History Compass. 2005;3:1-13.
Nuttall S. Subjectivities of Whiteness. In: Rethinking Settler Colonialism. Manchester: Manchester University Press; 2005.
Lee CJ. The Uses of the Comparative Imagination: South African History and World History in the Political Consciousness and Strategy of the South African Left, 1943–1959. Radical History Review. 2005;92:31-61.
Breckenridge K. Verwoerd's Bureau of Proof: Total Information in the Making of Apartheid. History Workshop Journal. 2005;59:83-109.
Duff S.. “Writing on the face of architecture”: Travel and translation in Robert Byron's The Road to Oxiana. English Academy Review. 2005;22:89-99.
Mbembe A. Aesthetics of superfluity. Public culture. 2004;16(3):373-405.
Sideris T. Boas Mabiza and the long walk to freedom : the diary of an abused and neglected boy as a 'potential space' - implications for therapeutic practice. Psycho-analytic Psychotherapy in South Africa. 2004;12:72-86.
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.
Burns Ca. Controlling Birth: Johannesburg, 1920–1960. South African Historical Journal. 2004;50(1):170-198.
Chari S. Fraternal capital: peasant-workers, self-made men, and globalization in provincial India. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press; 2004.
Nuttall S. Girl Bodies. Social Text. 2004;78:17-33.
Keywords: Experience. Mbembe A, editor. New York: Other Press; 2004. (The keywords series).
Sideris T. Men, Identity and Power. A Case Study of the Re-Invention of 'Tradition': Implications for Involving Men in Training and Education about Gender. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. 2004:88-93.
Lee CJ. Power Rarely Fails. Safundi. 2004;5:1-6.
Breckenridge K. Promiscuous Method: The Historiographical Effects of the Search for the Rural Origins of the Urban Working Class in South Africa. International Labor and Working-Class History. 2004;65:26-49.
Lee CJ. South Africa, Israel-Palestine, and the Contours of the Contemporary World Order. Safundi. 2004;5:1-16.
Nuttall S. Stylizing the Self: The Y Generation in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Public Culture. 2004;16:430-452.
Klaaren J, Rutinwa B. Towards the Harmonization of Immigration and Refugee Law in SADC: MIDSA Report Number 1.; 2004.
Walker L, Reid G, Cornell M. Waiting to happen: HIV/AIDS in South Africa: The bigger picture. Lynne Rienner Publishers Boulder, CO; 2004.
Mbembe A, Nuttall S. Writing the world from an African metropolis. Public culture. 2004;16(3):347-372.