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Anthroposophy and Underlying Structures. In A. Fedele
and R.L. Blanes (eds), Encounters of Body and Soul
in Contemporary Religious Practices: Anthropological
Reflections, pp. 179-202. New York: Berghahn Books.
ISBN 9780857452078.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Archer, S. 2011. ‘Buying the maid ricoffy’: Domestic
workers, employers and food. South African Review of
Sociology, 42(2): 66-82.
Blake, R. 2011. Ethnographies of Touch and Touching
Ethnographies: Some Prospects for Touch in Anthropological
Enquiries. Anthropology Matters, 13(1): 1-12.
Comaroff, J. and Kim, D.K. 2011. Anthropology, Theology,
Critical Pedagogy: A Conversation with Jean Comaroff and
David Kyuman Kim. Cultural Anthropology, 26(2): 158-178.
Comaroff, J. 2011. Populism and Late Liberalism: A
Special Affinity. Annals of the American Academy of
Political and Social Science, 637(1): 99-111.
Comaroff, J.L. 2011. The end of Neoliberalism?: What
is Left of the Left. Annals of the American Academy of
Political and Social Science, 637: 141-147.
Cowling, L. and Hamilton, C. 2011. Producing media
debate: Journalistic practice and public discussion.
Ecquid Novi - African Journalism Studies, 32(3): 45-60.
Hamilton, C. 2011. Backstory, Biography, and the life of
the James Stuart Archive. History in Africa: A Journal of
Method, 38(1): 319-341.
Harris, V. 2011. Jacques Derrida meets Nelson Mandela:
archival ethics at the endgame. Archival Science, 11(1-2):
Herwitz, D. 2011. Monument, Ruin, and Redress in South
African Heritage. Germanic Review, 2011(86): 232-248.
Levine, S. 2011. The race of nimble fingers: Changing
patterns of children’s work in post-apartheid South Africa.
Childhood, 18(2): 261-273.
Modisane, L. 2011. The Visual Black Atlantic? Trope- (ing)
Black Identity in Yizo Yizo (1999, 2001). Journal of African
Studies, 8(2): 1-14.
Morreira, S. 2011. Framing Harm: Legal, Local and
Anthropological Knowledge in the Context of Forced
Migration. Anthropology Matters, 13(1): 1-13.
Ndebele, N.S. 2011. The send-off: Remembering the
public funeral of a boxing hero. words etc. South African
Literary Journal, 1(3rd quarter): 12-13.
Nyamnjoh, F. 2011. Cameroonian Bushfalling: Negotiation
of identity and belonging in fiction and ethnography.
American Ethnologist, 38(4): 701-713.
Nyamnjoh, F. and Shoro, K. 2011. Language, mobility,
African writers and Pan-Africanism. African Communication
Research, 4(1): 35-62.
Pendlebury, S.A., Henderson, P. and Tisdall, E. 2011.
Theorising children’s participation: trans-disciplinary
perspectives from South Africa. Perspectives in Education,
29(1): 1-5.
Spiegel, A.D. 2011. Categorical difference versus
continuum: rethinking Turner’s liminal-liminoid distinction.
Anthropology Southern Africa, 34(1&2): 11-20.
Wels, H., van der Waal, K., Spiegel, A.D. and Kamsteeg,
F. 2011. Victor Turner and liminality: an introduction.
Anthropology Southern Africa, 34(1&2): 1-4.
Peer-reviewed published conference proceedings
Ladeira, I., Marsden, G. and Green, L.J. 2011. Designing
Interactive Storytelling: A Virtual Environment for Personal
Experience Narratives. In P. Campos, N. Graham, J.
Jorge, N. Nunes, P. Palanque and M. Winckler (eds),
Proceedings, Part 1: INTERACT 2011 - 13th IFIP TC 13
International Conference, 5-9 September 2011, Lisbon,
Portugal. Germany: Springer Heidelberg Dordrecht. ISBN
Ndebele, N.S. 2011. Towards a new humanism in Africa. In
J.W. de Gruchy (ed.), The Humanist Imperative in South
Africa, June 2009 and February 2010. Stellenbosch: Sun
Press. ISBN 978-1-920338-56-5.
Creative writing
Collection of poems
Nyamnjoh, F.B. 2011. Predicaments. Cameroon: Langaa
Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group. 85pp.
Nyamnjoh, F. 2011. Homeless Waters. Cameroon: Langaa
Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group. 166pp.