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Bruchhausen, S. 2014. "Understanding Marikana Through The Mpondo Revolts."Journal of Asian and African Studies, 0021909614531892

Bruchhausen, S. "Understanding Marikana Through The Mpondo Revolts". Journal of Asian and African Studies. (August 2015) 50412-426 doi:10.1177/0021909614531892

Ghedi Alasow, J. "Book review: Regarding Muslims: from slavery to post-apartheid". Journal of Asian and African Studies. (August 2015) 50486-487, doi:10.1177/0021909614558775

Mthonti, F. "Book Review: Review of Memoirs of a Born Free: Reflections on the Rainbow Nation." Journal of Asian and African Studies (2014) doi: 0021909614558783.

Naicker, C. 2014. "Book Review: A long way home, Migrant Histories 1800–2014". Journal of Asian and African Studies, 0021909614558781.

Naicker, C. Marikana: Taking a Subaltern Sphere of Politics Seriously. Diss. Rhodes University, 2014.

Naicker, C. The Politics of Specificity: Marikana and the Subaltern, Economic and Political Weekly. 2015.Vol. 1. No. 24

Naicker, C. Worker Struggles as Community Struggles: The Politics of Protest in Nkaneng, Marikana, Journal of African and Asian Studies (Forthcoming) 

 Neocosmos, M. 2014, “What does Democracy Name in South African Politics?” Grace and Truth: a journal of catholic reflection for southern Africa, Volume 31, No 1 April pp. 57-71

Neocosmos, M. 2014, “Thinking Political Emancipation and the Social Sciences in Africa: some critical reflections” Africa Development, Vol 39 No 1 PP.125-158

O'Halloran, P. "Moments of conceptual potential: Frantz Fanon, the postcolony, and “nonwar communities”Politics, Groups, and Identities. (2015) 3:2.

Pithouse, R. "An Urban commons? Notes from South Africa." Community Development Journal 49.suppl 1 (2014): i31-i43.

Pithouse, R. "The Shack Settlement as a Site of Politics: Reflections from South Africa." Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy 3.2 (2014): 179-201.

Pithouse, R. "Nelson Mandela, 1918–2013 The Crossing." Radical History Review 2014.119 (2014): 247-249.

Pithouse, R. " Imperial Debris: On Ruins & Ruination." AL Stoler (ed.),Canadian Journal of History 49.2 (2014).

Pithouse, Richard. In the Forbidden Quarters: Race, Space & the Enduring Rationality of Rebellion in Durban. Diss. Rhodes University, 2014.

Pithouse, Richard. "Book review: Ekhaya: The Politics of Home in KwaZulu-Natal." Journal of Asian and African Studies (2015): 0021909615576834.

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