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The African intellectuals’ project
(UNISA Press, 2020)
Soon after taking the position of editor of IJARS at the beginning of 2019, I was contacted by the dean of Unisa’s College of Graduate Studies (CGS), Prof. Lindiwe Zungu, who informed me that the university’s principal ...
Emerging research university in Africa: Divergent views on relevance and experiences
This article provides an analytical literature review on the emerging research university in Africa. Specifically, we advance a deliberation of whether a research university is relevant and various experiences that denote ...
Higher education research in African contexts: Reflections from fieldwork in flagship universities in South Africa, Mozambique and Ethiopia
(Taylor and Francis Group, 2022)
This article is written with the recognition that, as higher education studies evolve as a multidisciplinary area of inquiry, there is a need to reflect on the theoretical and practical concerns emerging from conducting ...
Taking risks: Exploring ecofeminist, climate-just popular education
(Linköpings University Electronic Press, 2023)
The climate catastrophe is a clarion call to humanity to change how we live. How do radical popular educators respond to this call? We ‘join the dots’ using climate justice, ecofeminism and our own insights from our engaged ...
Welfare and education in British colonial Africa, 1918–1945
The relevance of historical research for an explanation of the roots of contemporary educational policy and its relationship to notions of equity, democracy and development has been sadly neglected in recent years. This ...