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African voices
In search of a decolonial turn

This book discusses the contributions of African thinkers and actors to what Paul Tiyambe Zeleza calls recentering Africa in discussions about major African phenomena. It makes an input into ongoing debates about what it means to decolonise knowledge; the university; the school; the library; the archive; and the museum.

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Format : 245mm x 170mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 346
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7983-0531-0
Publish Year : March 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R R290.00
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Decolonisation as Democratisation
Global Insights into the South African Experience

Decolonisation as democratisation considers three factors that define the debate in South Africa on the decolonisation of the academy: educational aspiration, competing interests and political contestation. The book explores an academic system that attempts to serve two masters, the first being the historical beneficiaries of the academy (i.e. whiteness) and the second being those who pin their hopes on the system in order to escape abjection (i.e. blackness or indigeneity). The book highlights how the recent thrust of decoloniality protects the ideal of academic freedom and presents an argument that this ideal should not be used to protect the interests of the historical beneficiaries.

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Format : 240mm x 168mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 248
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7969-2600-5
Publish Year : February 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R TBC
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Ethics, Politics, Inequality: New directions
State of the nation

Multi-layered inequalities and a sense of insecurity has long been the hallmark of South African life. Recently, however, the uncertainties of Covid-19 have led to greater shared experiences of vulnerability among South Africans. This volume of State of the Nation offers perspectives that may help us navigate our way through the ‘new normal’ in which we find ourselves.

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Format : 240mm x 168mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 416 tbc
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7969-2596-1
Publish Year : February 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R R350
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Human rights and the fourth industrial revolution in South Africa
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is having a major impact on all aspects of life, both in South Africa and globally. The chief technological developments associated with the 4IR offer much promise for human development and improvements in quality of life. Yet, as this book explores, these technologies are a double-edged sword, bringing both benefits and drawbacks, particularly in relation to the realisation and enjoyment of fundamental human rights and freedoms.

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Format : 240mm x 168mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 128
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7969-2609-8
Publish Year : February 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R R250
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Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers
Negotiating Meaning and Making Life in Bloemfontein, South Africa

Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers develops an argument about how individual migrants, coming from four continents and diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, are in many ways affected by a violent categorisation that is often nihilistic, insistently racial, and continuously significant in the organisation of South African society.

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Format : 240mm x 168mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 256
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7969-2598-5
Publish Year : February 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R TBC
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Miriam Tlali
Writing freedom

Miriam Tlali was a novelist, short story writer, playwright, essayist, and activist against apartheid and patriarchal confinement. She worked consistently to build literary and political community, was one of the founders of Staffrider magazine, promoting the work of younger writers, and was the most prolific writer of her time.

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Format : 210mm x 148mm (Soft Cover)
Pages : 240
ISBN 13 : 978-07969-2562-6
Publish Year : January 2021
Rights : World Rights
Price R R280
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Voices of Liberation
Wangari Maathai

Wangari Maathai was a scholar, writer, environmental activist, human rights champion, and Nobel Prize laureatte. In her life and thought, she tenaciously sought to expose the precarious lives of people across a variety of communities: women, rural communities, political prisoners, Kenyans, Africans, and citizens of the global South saddled with the burdens of international debt.

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Format : 210mm x 148mm
Pages : 352
ISBN 13 : 978-0-7969-2574-9
Publish Year : November 2019
Price R R295.00