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SA00856
Chris Thurman.
Johannesburg: 2010. ISBN 9781868145126.
Sport versus Art is a collection of essays, commentaries, personal memoirs and humorous pieces attempting to answer these and other questions about a ...
$64.00

SA00853
Peter Delius, Laura Phillips, Fiona Rankin-Smith.
Johannesburg: 2014. ISBN 9781868147670.
In no other society in the world have urbanisation and industrialisation been as comprehensively based on migrant labour as in South Africa. Rather th...
$84.00

SA00852
Kylie Thomas.
Johannesburg: 2014. ISBN 9781868147731.
This book engages with multiple forms of visual representation that work variously to compound, undo, and complicate the politics of loss. Drawing o...
$94.00

SA00807
Crain Soudien.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776143177.
In 1937, a group of young Capetonians, socialist intellectuals from the Workers' Party of South Africa, embarked on a remarkable public education and ...
$61.00

SA00806
Jonathan Cane.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776143108.
Civilising Grass is a socio-cultural analysis of the lawn on the South African highveld, exploring the complex relationship between landscape and powe...
$61.00

SA00805
David Everett, et al.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776143443.
Civil society, NGOs, governments, and multilateral institutions all repeatedly call for improved or ‘good' governance – yet they seem to speak past on...
$68.00

SA00804
Jonathan Jansen, et al.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776143351.
Shortly after the giant bronze statue of Cecil John Rhodes came down at the University of Cape Town, student protestors called for the decolonisation ...
$68.00

SA00803
Vishwas Satgar, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Sharon Ekambaram.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776143061.
"Racism After Apartheid", volume four of the Democratic Marxism series, brings together leading scholars and activists from around the world studying ...
$68.00

SA00802
Anitra Nettleton.
Johannesburg: 2008. ISBN 9781868144587.
African headrests have been moved out of the category of functional objects and into the more rarefied category of 'art' objects. Styles in African he...
$68.00

SA00801
Jyoti Mistry, Antje Schuhmann.
Johannesburg: 2015. ISBN 9781868148561.
Presents a bricolage of essays and interviews showcasing the experiences of women working in film, either directly as practitioners or in other areas ...
$78.00

SA00800
Noel Chabani Manganyi.
Johannesburg: 2004. ISBN 9781868144006.
Gerard Sekoto is without doubt one of South Africa's major painters of the twentieth century. Considered increasingly as one of the earliest South Afr...
$92.00

SA00799
George Hallett, Mandia Langa.
Johannesburg: 2006. ISBN 9781868144389.
Youth2Youth - Thirty years after Soweto '76 was conceived by Pallo Jordan, the Minister of Arts and Culture, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of...
$65.00

SA00798
Paul Slabolepszy.
Johannesburg: 2017. ISBN 9781776141593.
This collection of six plays by one of South Africa's leading playwrights and actors features works written between 1984 and 1993. Slabolepszy is a ma...
$50.00

SA00797
Fred de Vries.
Johannesburg, South Africa: 2008. ISBN 9781868144693.
Features the following interviewees with photos: Abdullah Ibrahim, jazz musician; Gabeba Baderoon, wordsmith; Vusi Beauchamp, comic shocker; Nikiwe Bi...
$74.00

SA00784
Vishwas Satgar.
Volume 3: Johannesburg: 2018. ISBN 9781776140541.
Capitalism's addiction to fossil fuels is heating our planet at a pace and scale never before experienced. Extreme weather patterns, rising sea levels...
$88.00

SA00745
Jay Pather, Catherine Boulle.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776142798.
In this ground-breaking collection of critical essays, 15 writers explore the experimental, interdisciplinary and radically transgressive field of con...
$112.00

SA00744
Knut Helskog.
Johannesburg: 2012. ISBN 9781868145454.
Contains cutting edge contributions that consider new approaches to three areas: the documentation of rock art; its interpretation using indigenous kn...
$87.00

SA00627a
Lize van Robbroeck.
Volume 1: Johannesburg: 2014. ISBN 9781868145249.
Reappraises South African visual art of the 20th century from a post-apartheid perspective. It is the only publication that provides an overview of a ...
$95.00

SA00160b
Siyakha Mguni.
Johannesburg: 2015. ISBN 9781868147762.
Siyakha Mguni narrates his personal journey, over many years, to discover the significance of a hitherto enigmatic theme in San rock paintings known a...
$68.00

SA00743
Jill Weintroub.
Johannesburg: 2016. ISBN 9781868148790.
Dorothea Bleek (1873 to 1948) devoted her life to completing the "bushman researches" that her father and aunt had begun in the closing decades of the...
$68.00

SA00742
Ivor Chipkin, Mark Swilling, Haroon Bhorat, et al.
Johannesburg: 2018. ISBN 9781776142125.
The 2017 publication of Betrayal of the Promise, the report that detailed the systematic nature of state capture, marked a key moment in South Africa'...
$77.00

SA00741
Vishwas Satgar.
Johannesburg: 2015. ISBN 9781868149209.
This volume draws on a non-dogmatic Marxist approach to explain the systemic and conjunctural dynamics of crisis inherent in global capitalism. The an...
$77.00

SA00740
Shannon Walsh, Jon Soske.
Johannesburg: 2016. ISBN 9781868149681.
What does friendship have to do with racial difference, settler colonialism and post-apartheid South Africa? While histories of apartheid and colonial...
$77.00

SA00732
Percival R. Kirby.
Johannesburg: 2013. ISBN 9781868146055.
Percival Kirby was a musician and ethnomusicologist and for many years head of the music department at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesbu...
$95.00

SA00731
Patricia Vinnicombe.
Joannesburg: 2009. ISBN 9781868144976.
First published in 1976, People of the Eland was the first major step away from the outsider's view upon San rock art that had dominated studies of ro...
$103.00

SA00068a
Karim Sadr, Amanda Esterhuysen, Christine Sievers, et al.
Johannesburg, South Africa: 2017. ISBN 9781776140343.
Confronting national, linguistic and disciplinary boundaries, contributors to African Archaeology Without Frontiers argue against artificial limits an...
$72.00

SA00729
Renaud Ego, Deke Dusinberre.
Johannesburg: 2019. ISBN 9781776142262.
Why were depictions of animals a crucial trigger for the birth of art? And why did animals dominate that art for so long? To answer these questions, R...
$159.00

SA00728
Vibeke Maria Viestad.
Johannesburg, South Africa: 2018. ISBN 9781776141913.
To dress is a uniquely human experience, but practices and meanings of dress vary greatly among people. In a Western cultural tradition, the practice ...
$159.00

SA00696
Liz Gunner, Dina Ligaga, Dumisani Moyo.
Johannesburg: 2011. ISBN 978-1-86814-550-8.
Radio has been called 'Africa's medium'. Its wide accessibility is a result of a number of factors, including the liberalisation policies of the 'thir...
$83.00

SA00627
Lize van Robbroeck.
Volume 2: Johannesburg: 2014. ISBN 9781868145256.
This four-volume publication reappraises South African visual art of the 20th century from a postapartheid perspective. This second volume discusses h...
$95.00
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