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Mususa, P. 2012. Topping up: life amidst hardship and
death on the Copperbelt. African Studies, 71(2): 304-322.
Ndebele, N.S. 2012. The English language and social
change in South Africa. English Academy Review, 29: 49-64.
Ndlovu, I. 2012. Prison and solitary confinement: conditions
and limits of the autobiographical self. English Studies in
Africa, 55(1): 16-34.
Nyamnjoh, F. 2012. Blinded by sight: divining the future of
anthropology in Africa. Africa Spectrum, 2-3: 63-92.
Nyamnjoh, F. 2012. Intimate strangers: connecting fiction
and ethnography. Alternation: International Journal for the
Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 19(1):
Nyamnjoh, F. 2012. ‘Potted plants in greenhouses’: a critical
reflection on the resilience of colonial education in Africa.
Journal of Asian and African Studies, 47(2): 129-154.
Orman, J. 2012. Language and ‘new’ African migration
to South Africa: an overview and some reflections on
theoretical implications for policy and planning. Language
Policy, 11: 301-322.
Orman, J. 2012. Not so super: the ontology of
‘supervernaculars’. Language & Communication, 32:
Romano, N. 2012. Strategies of play: reimagining early
childhood experience through art-making. Art South
Africa, 11 (02): 40-41.
Shepherd, N. 2012. The uncreated man. A story of
archaeology and imagination. Archaeological Dialogues,
19(2): 171-194.
Stevens, M. 2012. Maternal Mortality – HIV and unsafe
abortion – a silent epidemic. Agenda, 92(26.2): 44-50.
Young, S.M. 2012. Hospitality in a postapartheid archive:
reflections on There Was this Goat and the Challenge of
Alterity. Research in African Literatures, 43(2): 115-137.
Peer-reviewed published conference
Brenzinger, M. 2012. Ideologies of language diversity. In B.
Moretti, E.M. Pandolfi and M. Casoni (eds), Proceedings
of Vitality of a Minority Language: Aspects and
Methodological Issues, 15-16 October 2010, Bellinzona.
Bellinzona: Osservatorio Linguistico Della Svizzera Italiana.
ISBN 978-88-904330-3-0.
Fisher-Jeffes, L., Carden, K., Armitage, N.P., Spiegel,
A.D., Winter, K.J. and Ashley, R. 2012. Challenges facing
implementation of water sensitive urban design in South
Africa. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on
Water Sensitive Urban Design: Building the Water Sensitive
Community (WSUD Conference 2012), 21-23 February 2012.
Melbourne: Engineers Australia. ISBN 978-0-85825-895-2.
Doctoral dissertations
Okech, A. 2012. Building Nations: Discourses on Widow
Inheritance amongst the Lou of Kenya. 282pp. Supervised
by Professor J. Bennett.
Master’s degrees (by research)
Thipe, T. 2012. “We are all products of history, but each of
us can choose whether or not to become its victims” an
exploration of the discourses employed in the formation
of the Women’s National Coalition. MSOCSC in Gender
Studies. 200pp. Supervised by Professor J. Bennett.
Martin, H. 2012. Recollections and Representations: The
negotiation of gendered identities and ‘safe spaces’ in
the lives of LGBTI refugees in Cape Town, South Africa.
MSocSc. 137pp. Supervised by Professor J. Bennett.
Ng, D. 2012. Seeking Solidarities: A feminist Analysis of
the Discourses On Solidarity Between Activists Interested
in Transforming Masculinities. MSocSc in Gender Studies.
107pp. Supervised by Professor J. Bennett.
Department of Drama
Research Report 2012
(Including the Little Theatre)
Head of Department: Professor Mark Fleishman
Departmental Profile
Research in the Drama Department is conducted through
the creation of new theatre works, directing, performance
practice, and applied theatre. Research enquiries develop
out of and feed into the teaching and directing processes for
Acting for the Camera, Television drama, Theatre Making,
Community Theatre, Acting, Dance Theatre, Applied
theatre, Site Specific performance and the development
of mixed media theatre and performance works. Research
projects are sometimes created in conjunction with other
arts practitioners, e.g. visual artists and/or musicians. Many
projects are located in the profession through staff links
with contemporary South African theatre, performance and
dance companies. Partnerships or links with theatre, drama