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Now into big strides: report on statutory status for the South African Library and Information Services sector
(Library & Information Association of South Africa, 2012)
The road to acquiring statutory status for the Library and Information Services (LIS) sector in South Africa has been traversed numerous times over the last sixty to seventy years. In more recent years, there has been ...
Risk and protective factors to male interpersonal violence: Views of some male university students
(Medical Research Council, Tygerberg, 2010)
This article reports on a study that sought to elicit the views of male university students on risk and protective factors to male interpersonal violence. The participants were 116 third-year students who participated in ...
Family law and "the great moral public interests" in Victorian Cape Town
(Published by History Department, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
In the wake of the mineral revolution, and the Cape Colony’s attainment of responsible government, Cape Town’s population doubled in the nineteenth century’s latter years. Its largely British ruling class, seeing ...
Das Fach Deutsch an der University of the Western Cape
(Association of German Studies (SAGV), 2010)
The current challenges facing the teaching of German as a foreign language at the University of the Western Cape are outlined. The article includes a brief historical overview and proposes research perspectives for the future.
'Pale face'/ 'pointy face': SA criminology in denial
(Institute for Security Studies (ISS), 2013)
This paper responds to key aspects of Bill Dixon's article, Understanding 'Pointy Face': What is criminology for? It suggests that criminology should unambiguously be 'for' social justice in South Africa's transhistoric ...
Performing cities: Engaging the high-tech flâneur
(The Forum on Education Abroad, 2011)
The city as place forms the backdrop to many study abroad experiences. Our sense of place, however, is often fractured by modern mobilities. As Sack (1988) notes, we move from place to place so much that places often begin ...
The misunderstandings of the Self-Understanding View
(The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013)
Marya Schechtman has argued that contemporary attempts to save Locke’s account of personal identity suffer the same faults that are to be found in Locke, among which is an inability to capture the role our unconscious ...
Que(e)rying Cape Town: touring Africa’s gay capital with the pink map
(Centre for Geographical Studies: Lisbon, 2013)
Since 1999, Cape Town’s Pink Map has attempted to provide local and international visitors alike with a cartographic representation of the city’s queer landscape. This paper engages with the archive provided by more than ...
Wilhelm Bleek and the Khoisan imagination: a study of censorship, genocide and colonial science
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2012)
In 1864, Wilhelm Bleek published a collection of Khoi narratives titled Reynard the Fox in South Africa, or Hottentot Fables and Tales. This article critically examines this foundational event in South African literary ...
Land, Liturgy & Life: overture to the "comma" and the "and" in a very small dogmatics
(Stellenbosch University, 2013)
This contribution observes a Trinitarian logic in the theme of 'Land, Liturgy and Life' addressed at the 2013 annual meeting of the Theological Society of South Africa. The Trinitarian mystery needs to be protected with ...