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“Because they are me”: Dress and the making of gender
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Young people in contemporary South Africa inhabit a multiplicity of diverse, often contradictory, economic and socio-cultural contexts. These contexts offer a range of possibilities and opportunities for the affirmation ...
Student accounts of space and safety at a South African university: implications for social identities and diversity
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Transformation efforts in South African higher education have been under increased scrutiny in recent years, especially following the last years of student activism and calls for decolonization of universities. This article ...
Students’ narratives on gender and sexuality in the project of social justice and belonging in higher education
(Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service, 2018)
Student protests in South Africa over the last few years have re-energized the project of social justice in higher education. While emphasis has been on decolonizing the curriculum and the university spaces, there has also ...
Embodied pedagogies: performative activism and transgressive pedagogies in the sexual and gender justice project in higher education in contemporary South Africa
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)
In this chapter, responding to the call to rethink "the fundamental concepts that support such binary thinking" and to recognise "the agential possibilities and responsibilities for reconfiguring the material-social ...