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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 ...

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...

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...

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 ...

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...

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...

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 ...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 ...

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...

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...

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'...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 ...

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...

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...
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