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When was South African history ever postcolonial?
(History Department, UWC, 2008)
In this article I argue that what enabled affiliation to the larger political project against apartheid was precisely the production of a subject that was always, and necessarily, threaded through a structure of racial ...
The grammar of domination and the subjection of agency: colonial texts and modes of evidence
(Blackwell Publishing, 2000-12)
This article focuses on colonial accounts of the killing of the Xhosa chief, Hintsa, in 1835 at the hands of British forces along what came to be known as the Eastern Cape frontier. It explores the evidentiary procedures ...