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Comaroff, J. and Comaroff, J.L. 2012. Neo-Protestant
ethics and the spirit of capitalism: perspectives from
the social sciences. In E.K. Bongmba (eds), The Wiley-
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Cowling, L. and Hamilton, C. 2012. The public life of
reason: orchestrating debate in postapartheid South
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Deumert, A. and Mesthrie, R. 2012. Contact in the
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of the History of English, pp. 549-559. United Kingdom:
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Deumert, A. 2012. Giving voice: the archive in Afrikaans
historical linguistics. In T. van der Wouden (ed.), Roots
of Afrikaans, pp. 377-388. Amsterdam: John Benjamins
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Garuba, H.O. 2012. African studies, area studies, and the logic
of the disciplines. In T. Nhlapo and H. Garuba (eds), African
Studies in the Post-Colonial University, pp. 39-52. Cape Town:
University of Cape Town. ISBN 978-0-7992-2484-9.
Garuba, H.O. and Himmelman, N. 2012. The cited
and the uncited: toward an emancipatory reading
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Jua, N.B. and Nyamnjoh, F. 2012. Scholarship
production in Cameroon: interrogating a recession.
In F.B. Nyamnjoh, W. Gam Nkwi and P. Konings (eds),
University Crisis and Student Protests in Africa: The
2005-2006 University Students’ Strike in Cameroon,
pp. 23-47. Cameroon: Langaa Research & Publishing
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Levine, S. 2012. Medicine and the politics of knowledge:
beyond the microscope. In S. Levine (ed.), Medicine and
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medicine in South Africa. In S. Levine (ed.), Medicine and
the Politics of Knowledge, pp. 55-76. Cape Town: HSRC.
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MacDonald, H.M. 2012. Believing sceptically: rethinking
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Mesthrie, R. 2012. Deletions, antideletions and
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African and Singaporean Englishes. In B. Kortmann and
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Mesthrie, R. 2012. Native speaker, vernacular universals
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In J.M. Hernandez-Campoy and J.C. Conde-Silvestre
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Ntsebeza, L. 2012. African Studies at UCT: An Overview.
In T. Nhlapo and H. Garuba (eds), African Studies in
the Post-colonial University, pp. 1-20. Cape Town:
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Nyamnjoh, F. and Mususa, P. 2012. Migration and
xenophobia. In C. Saunders, G. Dzinesa and D. Nagar
(eds), Region-Building in Southern Africa: Progress,
Problems and Prospects, pp. 215-229. London: Zed
books. ISBN 978 1 7803 2178 3.
Nyamnjoh, F. 2012. Taking Africaness and African
law seriously in South African law schools: some
conceptual challenges. In J. Abbink (ed.), Fractures
and Reconnections: Civic Action and the Redefinition
of African Political and Economic Spaces, pp. 113-
132. Germany: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. ISBN
Shepherd, N. 2012. Showing, telling, looking: intimate
encounters in the making of South African archaeology.
In B.L. Voss and E. Conlin Casella (eds), The Archaeology
of Colonialism – Intimate Encounters and Sexual Effects,
pp. 290-302. United States of America: Cambridge
University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-40126-6.