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Doctoral supervision and COVID-19: Autoethnographies from four faculty across three continents
Doctoral students represent the fresh and creative intellectuals needed to address the many social, economic, political, health care, and education disparities that have been highlighted by the 2020 pandemic. Our work as ...
The Ambivalence of Indianness in Ahmed Essop’s The Hajji and Other Stories
This article explores the ambivalence of Indianness in Ahmed Essop’s debut collection of short stories, The Hajji and Other Stories, 1978, against the contested discourse of the nation. The article is underpinned by ...
Literacy teaching in disadvantaged South African schools
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2019)
This article analyses the experiences of teachers of literacy working in underprivileged communities in the Western Cape, South Africa. The purpose is to provide teachers in poorly resourced schools within economically ...