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Alternation 21,2 (2014) Humanities, Knowledge Production and Transformation


  • Cheryl Potgieter and Gregory Kamwendo   Editorial: Humanities, Knowledge Production, and Social Transformation  | PDF
  • Nhlanhla Mkhize and Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa   African Languages, Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS), and the Transformation of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Higher Education | PDF
  • Gregory Kamwendo and Cheryl Potgieter   Capacity Building for Knowledge Producers in Humanities and Social Sciences: A PhD Programme for Selected SADC Countries | PDF
  • Rozena Maart   When Black Consciousness Walks Arm-in-arm with Critical Race Theory to Meet Racism and White Consciousness in the Humanities | PDF
  • Lesibana Rafapa and Kgomotso Masemola   Representations of the National and Transnational in Phaswane Mpe’s Welcome to Our Hillbrow | PDF
  • André Keet   Plastic Knowledges: Transformations and Stagnations in the Humanities | PDF
  • Bert Olivier   The ‘Network Society’, Social Transformation, and the ‘Ecological Rift’ | PDF
  • Graham Stewart   Here Comes Everybody: Humanities Computing Meets the Era of Social Media | PDF
  • Johannes A. Smit and Denzil Chetty   Reimaging the Humanities in the Twenty-first Century: Towards an Interdisciplinary and Collaborative ‘Digital Humanities’ in Africa | PDF
  • Gregory Kamwendo   Language Policies of South African Accredited Journals in Humanities and Social Sciences: Are they Speaking the Language of Transformation? | PDF
  • Denzil Chetty, Tennyson Mgutshini and Sunette Pienaar   Towards Contextually Relevant Knowledge Production in Teaching and Learning in the Humanities | PDF
  • Shane Moran   Education for Freedom | PDF
  • Urmilla Bob and Edwin C. Perry   Transforming Human Geography: Embracing Afrocentricity | PDF
  • Johannes A. Smit   The Study of Religion at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, and Social Transformation | PDF

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