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Research outputs: SOCIAL SCIENCES
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...
2020 Bridging the gap to a "new world order": harnessing social sciences to evoke and stimulate consciousness, resilience and agency relevant to today and beyond
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Monwabisi Archibald 'Archie' Mafeje was a world-renowned academic who taught and worked in some of the top universities on three continents....
2020 Decolonising the social sciences curriculum in the university classroom: a pragmatic-realism approach
Debates about decolonisation in general and decolonising the curriculum in higher education are often focused on theoretical critiques inclu...