Published 2014 - 2010


S. Gigliotti, J Golomb and C.S Gould, “Ethics, art and representations of the Holocaust” (Lexington Books: UK, 2014).

A. Dunn and J. MacPhee, “Signal 03: A journal of International political graphics and culture”(PM Press: USA, 2014). 

D. Buss, J. Lebert, B. Rutherford, D. Sharkey and O. Aginam, “Sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict societies: International agendas and African contexts” (Routledge: NY, 2014).
F. Biess and D.M Gross, “Science and emotion after 1945: A transatlantic perspective” (University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 2014).
A.G Lawrence, “Employer and worker collective action: A comparative study of Germany, South Africa and the United States” (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
C. Kuljian, “Sanctuary: How an inner-city church spilled onto a sidewalk” (Jacana Media: South Africa, 2013).

A. Wieder, “Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the war against apartheid” (Monthly Review Press: New York, 2013).
M. Mbali, “South African AIDS activism and global health politics” (Palgrave Macmillan: UK, 2013). 

N. T. Aiken, “Identity, reconciliation and transitional justice: Overcoming intractability in divided societies” (Routledge, 2013).

S. Ellis, “External Mission: the ANC in Exile, 1960-1990” (Oxford University Press: UK, 2013).
F. Diallo and R. Calland, “Access to information in Africa: Law culture and practice” (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: Netherlands, 2013). 

C.L Decoteau, “Ancestors and Antiretrovirals: The biopolitics of HIV/AIDS in post-apartheid South Africa” (University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 2013).
P. Lee and P.N. Thomas, “Public memory, public media and the politics of justice” (Palgrave Macmillan: UK, 2012).

B. Bevernage, “History, memory and state-sponsored violence: Time and justice” (Routledge: NY, 2012). 

J. Allen, “Rabble-Rouser for peace: The authorised biography of Desmond Tutu” (Random house, 2012).

L. Segal and S. Cort, “One law one nation: the making of the South African constitution” (Jacana Media: South Africa, 2011).

F. Barchiesi, “Precarious liberation: Workers the state and contested social citizenship in post apartheid South Africa” (State University of New York Press: Albany, 2011). 

G. Frankel, “Rivonia’s children: Three families and the cost of conscience in white South Africa (Jacana Media Ltd: South Africa, 2011).

D. Kerr and J. Plastow “African theatre: Media and performance” (Boydell and Brewer Ltd: UK, 2011).

S. Williams, “Who killed Hammarskjold? The UN, the Cold War and white supremacy in Africa” (C. Hurst and Co. Publishers Ltd: UK, 2011).

R. Ross, A.K Mager and B Nasson, “The Cambridge History of South Africa: Volume 2, 1885-1994” (Cambridge University Press, 2011).
H. Gunkel, “The cultural politics of female sexuality in South Africa” (Routledge: NY&UK, 2010).
A. Mason, “What’s so funny? Under the skin of South African cartooning” (Juta Company Ltd: Claremont, 2010).
R. R Grinker, S.C. Lubkemann and C.B. Steiner, “Perspectives on Africa: A reader in culture, history and representation” (Blackwell Publishing Ltd: UK, 2nd edition 2010).

C. M Cole, “Performing South Africa’s Truth Commission: Stages of transition” (Indiana University Press: Indiana, 2010).


Journal Articles

S.F de Beer, “Between life and death: On land, silence and liberation in the capital city” in HTSTeologiese Studies/ Theological Studies, Vol. 70 (2014). 

E.N Namhila, “Content and use of colonial archives: an under under-researched issue” inArchival Science (Sept 2014).

S. Marschall, “Private sector involvement in public history production in South Africa: The Sunday times heritage project” in African studies review, Vol. 53 (Dec 2010), 35-59.

V. Harris, “Antonyms of our remembering” in Archival science (2014) 215-229.

J. M Wamukoya, “The role of record keeping and open government data initiatives in fostering a critical development of open government policies and public services in Sub-Saharan Africa” in Mousaion, Vol. 30 (2012), 117-127.

K. Thomas, “Wounding apertures: Violence, affect and photography during and after apartheid” in Kronos, Vol. 38 (Nov 2012), 204-218. 

R.L Brown, “A native of nowhere: The life of South African journalist Nat Nakasa, 1937-1965” in Kronos, (2011).

Dr. R. Raju, “The road to unity and social justice: gathering, accessing and preserving Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) records” presented at IFLA Gothenburg, 2010.

M. Graham, “Finding foreign policy: researching in five South African archives” in History in Africa, Vol. 37 (2010).



The Cradock Four, directed by David Forbes, Shadow Films - 2010