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Bosch, T. 2011. Talk radio, democracy and citizenship
in (South) Africa. In H. Wasserman (ed.), Popular Media,
Democracy and Development in Africa, pp. 75-87. New
York: Routledge. ISBN 9780-415-577946.
Botha, M.P. and Swinnen, J. 2010. Opkomst van de
representatie van lesbiennes en gays in de Zuid-Afrikaanse
filmkunst: 1956-2003. In Anders Zichtbaar: Zingeving en
Humanisering in de Beeldcultuur, pp. 172-207. Brussels:
Vubpress en Fotozuid Comm. ISBN 9789054875741.
Botha, M.P. 2011. South Africa. In I.H. Smith (ed.),
International Film Guide 2011: The Definitive Annual
Review of World Cinema, pp. 229-231. 47
Brighton: International Film Guide. ISBN 9781908215000.
Rijsdijk, I. 2011. The Belvedere and the Bunkhouse: Space
and Place in Days of Heaven. In T.D. Tucker and S. Kendall
(eds), Terrence Malick: Film and Philosophy, pp. 126-147.
New York: Continuum. ISBN 9781441150035.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2011. “
شاعرية المصالحة في جنوب افريقيا
/ “Agnôrisis politque. Poétique de la reconciliation en
Afrique du Sud” (text in Arabic and in French). In A.
Benmakhlouf (ed.), La Reconnaissance, pp. 69-93 (Arabic
text), pp. 85-100 (French text). Casablanca: Le Fennec.
ISBN 9789954415955
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2011. Critique rhétorique: contre-pratiques
de l’Etat. In Ph.-J. Salazar, P. Michel and C. Mihali (eds),
Figures de l’État et Institutionnalisation du pouvoir, pp.
174-190. Cluj: Idea Editura. ISBN 9789737913951.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2011. Picasso’s Music. In Ph.-J. Salazar
(ed.), Under the Baobab. Essays to Honour Stuart
Saunders on his Eightieth Birthday, pp. 61-68. Cape Town:
AfricaRhetoric Publishing. ISSN 22202188
Saleh, I. 2011. A co-opted media can provoke chaos rather
than freedom. In G. Berger (ed.), Media in Africa: Twenty
Years After the Windhoek Declaration on Press Freedom,
pp. 148-49. Windhoek Media Institute of Southern Africa
(MISA). ISBN 9780868104744.
Saleh, I. 2011. The challenges of media education in
coercive societies: a case study of Middle East and North
Africa (MENA). In C.-K. Cheung (ed.), Research in Media
Education, pp. 63-82. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
ISBN 9781612096438.
Walton, M and Donner, J. 2011. Read-Write-Erase: Mobile-
mediated publics in South Africa’s 2009 elections. In J.
Katz (ed.), Mobile Communication: Dimensions of Social
Policy, pp. 117-132. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction
Publishers. ISBN 9781412814683.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Alloggio, S. 2011. The melancholy of the forgotten: a
Lyotardian affection. African Yearbook of Rhetoric, 2(1):
Bloor, G. 2011. Debut paper. The liberation legacy: literalist
and normative torchbearers battle for the post-society
economy. African Yearbook of Rhetoric, 2(1): 109-116.
Bosch, T. 2011. African Feminist Media Studies: A view from
the global South. Feminist Media Studies, 11(1): 27-33.
Bosch, T. 2011. Young women and ‘technologies of the self’:
Social networking and sexualities. Agenda, 25(4): 75-86.
Botha, M.P. 2011. Post-apartheid cinema: a thematic
and aesthetic exploration of selected short and feature
films. Ilha do desterro: A Journal of English Language,
Literatures in English and Cultural Studies, 61: 225-267.
Botha, M.P. 2011. Women on the margin of South African
society: themes in the cinema of Darrell James Roodt.
Kinema, A Journal for Film and Audiovisual Media, 35
(Spring): 29-40.
Evans, M. 2011. Rainbow worriers: South African
Afropessimism online. Critical Arts: A Journal of South
North Cultural and Media Studies, 25(3): 397-422.
Glenn, I.E. 2011. Betraying and delivering: Filming
Disgrace. Ilha do desterro: A Journal of English Language,
Literatures in English and Cultural Studies, 61: 269-282.
Haupt, A. and Ovesen, H. 2011. Vindicating capital:
heroes and villains in A Lion’s Trail. Ilha do desterro: A
Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and
Cultural Studies, 61: 73-107.
Marx, L.G. 2010. At the end of the Rainbow: Jerusalema
and the South African gangster film. Safundi : journal of
South African and American studies, 11(3): 261-278.
Marx, L.G. 2011. Freeze-frame: The death and life of a
photograph in Mitko Panov’s With Raised Hands. Short
Film Studies, 2(1): 17-20.
Marx, L.G. 2011. Mum, Dad and the Apocalypse: John
Lawlor’s Sunday. Short Film Studies, 1(2): 299-302.
Marx, L.G. 2011. The last King of Scotland and the
Politics of Adaptation. Black Camera: An international Film
Journal, 3(1): 54-74.
Ndlovu, M.W. and Smith, R. 2011. Kwaito, hip-hop and
television in South Africa: a case study of the Yizo Yizo 3
series and soundtrack. Revista Interin, 11(1): 1-18.