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Racial desegregation and the institutionalisation of ‘race’ in university governance: The case of the University of Cape Town
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2009-12)
The racial desegregation of the student bodies of historically white universities in South Africa has had significant political implications for student politics and university governance. I discuss two key moments in ...
Student involvement in university decision-making: Good reasons, a new lens
This paper proposes a framework for understanding student involvement in different domains of university decision-making based on the various reasons brought for and against student involvement. It briefly outlines the ...