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Introduction - human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 1-14
  • Diana Gibson
  • William Ellis
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Wounded citizenship: the post-colonial city and poor whites2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 15-24
  • Octavia Sibanda
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Food, memory and transnational gastronomic culture amongst Cameroonian migrants in Cape Town, South Africa2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 25-40
  • Henrietta M. Nyamnjoh
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
"On paper" and "having papers": Zimbabwean migrant women's experiences in accessing healthcare in Giyani Limpopo province, South Africa2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 41-54
  • Fiona C. Ross
  • Tamuka Chekero
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Trash, teaching and the city: the "big hole counter narrative" project and the "Urban Anthropology: Research Methods and Fieldwork" course at Sol Plaatje University2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 55-65
  • Carina Truyts
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256with commentary by Z Majombozi, 66-8
A reflection on "Trash, teaching and the city"2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 66-8
  • Ziyanda Majombozi
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256see C Truyts in this issue, 55-65
Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 75-9
  • Diana Gibson
  • William Ellis
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256introduction to special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Plant knowledge: transfers, shaping and states in plant practices2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 80-91
  • William Ellis
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Towards plant-centred methodologies in anthropology2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 92-103
  • Diana Gibson
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Technological advancement and modes of existence in medicinal plant research2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 104-14
  • Josh B. Cohen
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
"Being attentive": exploring other-than-human agency in medicinal plants through everyday Rastafari plant practices2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 115-26
  • Tihana Nathen
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Therapeutic powers of medicinal plants used by traditional healers in Kavango, Namibia, for mental illness2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 127-35
  • Ahmad Cheikhyoussef
  • Michael Murundu Shirungu
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Through the lens of a herder: insights into landscape ethno-ecological knowledge of rangelands in Namaqualand2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 136-52
  • Amy Schroeder
  • Clement Cupido
  • Kululiwe Ntombela
  • Melvin Swarts
  • Mogamat Igeshan Samuels
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
"Doing" diabetes: the unobtrusive presence of plants2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 153-63
  • Hameedah Parker
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
"Ons is die stam van die gemeenskap": rethinking old age and vitality in Nuwerus, Western Cape2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (1-2): 164-74
  • Michelle Pasquallie
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Human and plant interfaces: relationality, knowledge and practices'
Cloth as a membrane of the imagination in the artwork of Mary Sibande2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 175-84
  • Patricia C. Henderson
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Conducting anthropological fieldwork in northern Ghana: emerging ethical dilemmas2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 185-98
  • Saibu Mutaru
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
An appraisal of the coloniality of the proposed rural property tax in Botswana2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 199-211
  • Geomeone E.J. Mogomotsi
  • Patricia Kefilwe Mogomotsi
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Sobukwe's children: nationalism, neo-liberalism and the student protest at the University of Fort Hare and in South Africa2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 212-28
  • Leslie J. Bank
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Tuberculosis, staring, love and loneliness: Flavia's story2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 327-34
  • Flavia Nazier
  • Pieter du Plessis
  • Siv Tshefu
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256photo essay with commentary by A Müller, 335-7; Portuguese summary
Presence and absence: shops as traces of hopes in apartheid Namibia2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 229-39
  • Gregor Dobler
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256photo essay, with commentary by R Persendt, 240-1
Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 247-56
  • Helen Macdonald
  • Justin Dixon
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256introduction to special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
A disease beyond reach: nurse perspectives on the past and present of tuberculosis control in South Africa2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 257-69
  • Justin Dixon
  • Michèle Tameris
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
"Containing" tuberculosis, perpetuating stigma: the materiality of N95 respiratory masks2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 270-83
  • Kate Abney
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
"We are like bubblegum": underground narratives of tuberculosis among South African miners2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 284-95
  • Helen Macdonlad
  • Mutsawashe Mutendi
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
"Posted home": migration, tuberculosis and structural violence in Maphisa, Zimbabwe2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 296-308
  • Min'enhle Ncube
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
Tuberculosis in health workers as an occupational disease2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 309-22
  • Annalee Yassi
  • Nick van de Water
  • Rodney Ehrlich
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'; Portuguese summary
An interview with Paul Mason2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 323-6
  • Efua Prah interv
  • Paul Mason
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Globalised tuberculosis control in local worlds'
Beyond risk and vulnerability: a commentary on "TB, staring, love and loneliness: Flavia's story"2018 Anthropology Southern Africa 41 (3/4): 327-37
  • Alex Müller
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256see photo essay by P du Plessis, S Tshefu, and F Nazer, 327-34; Portuguese summary
Not marrying in South Africa: consumption, aspiration and the new middle class2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 1-14
  • Deborah James
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special section 'Change and continuity in southern African marriages'
The struggle for marriage: elite and non-elite weddings in rural Namibia2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 15-28
  • Francois Dawids
  • Julia Pauli
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special section 'Change and continuity in southern African marriages'
The tent versus lobola: marriage, monetary intimacies and the new face of responsibility in Botswana2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 29-41
  • Rijk van Dijk
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special section 'Change and continuity in southern African marriages'
Marriage, kinship and childcare in the aftermath of AIDS: rethinking "orphanhood" in the South African lowveld2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 42-55
  • Isak Niehaus
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special section 'Change and continuity in southern African marriages'
Rights, violence and the marriage of confusion: re-emerging bride and abduction in South Africa2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 56-68
  • W.J. (Jaco) Smit
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special section 'Change and continuity in southern African marriages'
Patrick Alister McAllister (1948-2016)2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 69-71
  • Andrew Spiegel
  • Chris de Wet
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Democracy as technopolitical future: delivery and discontent in a government settlement in the South African countryside2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 73-84
  • Bernard Dubbeld
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
The dynamics and digitisation of religious testimonies: a case of prophetic ministries in Botswana2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 85-95
  • Gabriel Faimau
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
"What else can we do?" Strategies and negotiations around place and space in the case of "undocumented" Zimbabwean migrant workers in Botswana2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 96-107
  • Treasa Galvin
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Community acceptability of minimally invasive autopsy (MIA) in children under five years of age in Soweto, South Africa2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 108-21
  • David Coplan
  • Nellie Myburgh
  • Nonhlanhla Ngwenya
  • Shabir Madhi
  • Susan Nzenze
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
All drag, all the time - one night in Cape Town with Lola Fine2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 122-36
  • Lindy-Lee Prince
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256with commentary by G Reid, 137-41
On reading about Lola Fine's night on the town2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 137-41
  • Graeme Reid
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256comments on LL Prince in this issue, 122-36
Elizabeth Colson (1917-2016): reflections on a conversation2017 Anthropology Southern Africa 40 (1/2): 142-6
  • Anya Peterson Royce
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Managing belief in a hostile world: experiencing gifts of the spirit at a small Pentecostal Charismatic church in Pretoria2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 1-13
  • Jim Pieterse
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
The familiar labyrinth: practicing urban disorientation in post-apartheid Cape Town2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 14-30
  • Giovanni Spissu
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Zex in troubled times: moral panic, polyamory and freedom in north-west Namibia2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 31-45
  • Steven Van Wolputte
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
(Dis)empowered whiteness: un-whitely spaces and the production of the good white home2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 46-57
  • Christi Kruger
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Johnny Clegg: a shadow man2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 58-63
  • Johnny Clegg
  • Marguerite de Villiers
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256
Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 64-73
  • Fiona C. Ross
  • Nicholas Eppel
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256with comment by K Mohamed in this issue, 74-5
Visual interruptions: a reflection on "Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life"2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (1-2): 74-5
  • Kharnita Mohamed
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256see FC Ross and N Eppel in this issue, 64-73
Constraints to public sphere activity in Joubert Park, Johannesburg2016 Anthropology Southern Africa 39 (3/4): 173-86
  • Ingrid E. Marais
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256