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Research outputs: HUMANITIES
2021 A Praetorian sensibility?: the making of the humanities and social sciences through the tangled histories of the HSRC and the Humanities Faculty in Pretoria
I begin, then, with the position that the institutions the University of Pretoria, the Bureau and the HSRC have complex histories. They were...
2019 Social sciences and humanities R&D investment in South Africa: current priorities, future needs
This policy brief uses the R&D data as a proxy, to propose that institutional R&D planners and national policymakers need to find a greater ...
Expenditure on research and experimental development in the social sciences and humanities (SSH) in South Africa has almost doubled over the...Download this report
21 December 2017 marked the end of an era for international criminal justice. On this day the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslav...