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FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS:

  • Mesthrie, Rajend, Ellen Hurst-Harosh and Heather Brookes (eds). (Expected 2021). Youth Language Practices and Urban Language Contact in Africa. Cambridge University Press (series Cambridge Approaches to Language Contact).
  • Marten, Lutz, Nancy Kula, Jochen Zeller and Ellen Hurst-Harosh. (Expected 2021). Oxford Guide to the Bantu Languages. Oxford University Press.
  • Groff, C., Hollington, A., Hurst-Harosh, E. Nassenstein, N., Nortier, J., Pasch, H. and Yannuar, N. (Expected 2021). Global perspectives on youth language practices. Contributions to the Sociology of Language. Mouton De Gruyter.
  • Morreira, S and Iliff, F. (In press; forthcoming 2021). ‘Sacred Spaces, Legal Claims: Competing Claims for Legitimate Knowledge and Authority over the Use of Land in Nharira Hills, Zimbabwe’. In Steinforth, Arne and Klocke-Daffe, Sabine (eds.) Challenging Authorities: Ethnographies of Legitimacy and Power in Eastern and Southern Africa. Palgrave MacMillan, ISBN: 978-3-030-76923-9.

  • Morreira, S. (In press; forthcoming 2021). ‘Looking for the Join: Tuku Music as a Marker of Postcolonial White Zimbabwean Identity’ in Chitando, Ezra (ed.) Singing from the Heart: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Life and Career of Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi. Palgrave MacMillan, expected date of publication 2021.
  • Morreira, S. (Forthcoming 2021). ‘Producing Anthropological Knowledge in and of Southern Africa in a Time of Uneven Globalisation: A Case Study of the Anthropology Southern Africa Journal’. Journal of Higher Education in Africa.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS: 2016 ~ 2021

Year of Publication Author(s) Publication Title
2021 Morreira, S; Luckett, K.; Kumalo, S. and Ramgotra, M. (eds). Decolonising Curricula and Pedagogy in Higher Education: Bringing Decolonial Theory into Contact with Teaching Practice. Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-367-74732-9.
2021 Luckett, K. & Hurst-Harosh, E. Translanguaging pedagogies in the Humanities and Social Sciences in South Africa: affordances and constraints. In: BethAnne Paulsrud, Zhongfeng Tian, & Jeanette Toth (eds). English Medium Instruction and Translanguaging. Multilingual Matters. Pp.43-61.
2020 Morreira, S; Luckett, K; Kumalo, S. and Ramgotra, M. ‘Confronting the Complexities of Decolonising Curricula and Pedagogy in Higher Education.’ Third World Thematics: A Third World Quarterly Journal. Vol 5(1-2), pp. 1-18.
https://doi.org/10.1080/23802014.2020.1798278
2020 Hurst-Harosh, E. Tsotsitaal in South Africa: style and metaphor in youth language practices. Rüdiger Köppe Verlag: Koln/Cologne. (Series: Language contact in Africa. Series editors: Klaus Beyer & Henning Schreiber).
2020 Morreira, S; Taru, J and Truyts, C. Place and Pedagogy: Using Space and Materiality in Teaching Social Science in Southern Africa, Third World Thematics: A Third World Quarterly Journal. Vol 5(1-2), pp. 137-153. https://doi.org/10.1080/23802014.2020.1747944
2020 Linguistics Vanguard (including preface by Hurst-Harosh, E.) Special issue: ‘Youth language in Africa’. Linguistics Vanguard. s4 2020 (including preface by Hurst-Harosh, E.) 
2020 Morreira, S. and Chekero, T. ‘Mutualism despite ostensible difference: huShamwari, kuhanyisana, and conviviality between Zimbabweans and South Africans in Giyani, South Africa’. Africa Spectrum. 55(1), pp. 33-49. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002039720914311
2020 Hurst-Harosh, E. & Kanana, F.E. Metaphors and their link to generational peer groups and popular culture in African Youth Languages. Linguistics Vanguard 6(s4): 20190053.
2020 Hurst-Harosh, E. Youth Language in Africa: introduction to the special issue. Linguistics Vanguard 6(s4): 20200069.
2020 Kanana, F.E. & Hurst-Harosh, E. Global and local hybridity in African youth language practices. Africa Development: CODESRIA Volume XLV, (3), 13-32.
2020 Hurst-Harosh, E. “They even speak Tsotsitaal with their teachers at school”: the use (and abuse) of African Urban Youth Languages in educational contexts. Africa Education Review. 17(1) 35-50.
2020 Hurst-Harosh, E. New identities and flexible languages: youth and urban varieties. In: Umberto Ansaldo & Miriam Meyerhoff (eds). Routledge Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Languages. Pp.302-321.
2020 Hurst, E. Language Birth: Youth/ Town Language. In: Rainer Vossen & Gerrit Dimmendaal (eds). Oxford Handbook of African Languages. Oxford University Press. Pp.843-857.
2019 Hoadley,  U. & Galant, J. "What counts and who belongs? Current debates in decolonising the curriculum". In J. Jansen (ed), Decolonisation in Universities: The politics of knowledge. Wits University Press.
2019 Luckett, K; Morreira, S. and Baijnath, M. ‘Decolonizing the Curriculum: Recontextualization, Identity and Self-critique in a Post-apartheid University’ in Quinn, Lynn (ed). Reimagining curriculum: spaces for disruption. Stellenbosch, African Sun Media.
2019 Morreira, S. ‘Disruption by Curriculum Design: using Steve Biko’s I Write What I Like as a tool for participatory parity in post-Apartheid higher education’. Alternation. 26(2), pp.
2019 Kanana, F. E. and Hurst-Harosh, E. Rural and urban metaphors in Sheng (Kenya) and Tsotsitaal (South Africa), in Schmied, J. and Oloruntoba-Oju, T. African Youth Languages: The Rural-Urban Divide. Research in English and Applied Linguistics REAL Studies 11. Gottingen: Cuvillier Verlag. Pp.35-52.
2019 Hurst, E. South African urban youth language research: The state of the nation. In Gratien Atindogbe & Augustin EbongueLinguistic and Sociolinguistic perspectives of youth langauge practices in Africa: Codes and Identity writings. Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon. Pp.3-20.
2019 Hurst-Harosh, E. Tsotsitaal and decoloniality. African Studies 78(1) 112-125.
2018 Morreira, S. ‘Culture’, in Stewart, Paul and Zaaiman, Johan (Eds.) Sociology: A Concise South African introduction. JUTA: Cape Town.
2018 Hurst-Harosh, E. and Kanana, F.E. (eds). African Youth Languages: New Media, Performing Arts and Sociolinguistic Development. Palgrave Macmillan.
2018 Hurst-Harosh, E. & Kanana, F.E. An overview of African youth language practices and their use in social media, advertising and creative arts. In: Ellen Hurst-Harosh & Fridah Kanana Erastus (eds). African Youth Languages: New Media, Performing Arts and Sociolinguistic Development. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.1-12.
2018 Kouassi, R. & Hurst-Harosh, E. Social media as an extension of, and negotiation space for, a community of practice: a comparison of Nouchi and Tsotsitaal. In: Ellen Hurst-Harosh & Fridah Kanana Erastus (eds) African Youth Languages: New Media, Performing Arts and Sociolinguistic Development. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.75-102.
2018 Hurst, E. Tsotsitaal. In: Tomek Ency & Finex Ndhlovu (eds). An Encyclopedia of the Social and Political History of Southern Africa’s Languages. Palgrave. Pp.301-310.
2018 Hurst, E. Fanakalo. In: Tomek Ency & Finex Ndhlovu (eds). An Encyclopedia of the Social and Political History of Southern Africa’s Languages. Palgrave. Pp.93-100.
2017 Sebidi, K. and Morreira, S. ‘Accessing Powerful Knowledge: A Comparative Study of Two First Year Sociology Courses in a South African University.’ Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning (CRiSTaL). Vol 5(2), p. 33-50.
2017 Morreira, S. ‘Steps Towards Decolonial Higher Education in Southern Africa? Epistemic Disobedience in the Humanities.’ Journal of Asian and African Studies. 52 (3), pp. 287-301. DOI: 10.1177/0021909615577499.
2017 Ebonguè, A. and Hurst, E. (eds). Sociolinguistics in African Contexts: Perspectives and Challenges. Springer.
2017 Hurst, E. & Mona, M. Translanguaging as a Socially Just Pedagogy. Education as Change. 21(2) 126-148.
2017 Hurst, E. Local villages and global networks: The language and migration experiences of African skilled migrant academics. Globalisation Societies and Education. 15(1) 50-67.
2017 Ebonguè, A. & Hurst, E. Dynamic language: Sociolinguistic perspectives on African language, ideologies and practices. In: Augustin Ebonguè & Ellen Hurst (eds) Sociolinguistics in African Contexts - perspectives and challenges. Springer. Pp.1-12.
2017 Hurst, E. Rural/urban dichotomies and youth language. In: Augustin Ebonguè & Ellen Hurst (eds) Sociolinguistics in African Contexts - perspectives and challenges. Springer. Pp.209-224.
2017 Hurst, E., Madiba, M., & Morreira, S. Surfacing and valuing students’ linguistic resources in an English-dominant university. In: David Palfreyman & Christa Van Der Walt (eds) Academic Biliteracies: Multilingual Matters. Pp.76-95.
2017 Hurst, E. Regional flows and language resources. In: Suresh Canagarajah (ed) Routledge Handbook on Migration and Language. Routledge. Pp.171-186.
2017 Hurst, E. African (Urban) Youth Languages. In: Mark Aronoff (ed). The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Oxford University Press. Online publication March 2017: http://linguistics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.001.0001/acrefore-9780199384655-e-157?rskey=BWHvzj&result=1
2016 Luckett, K. Making the Implicit Explicit: the Grammar of Inferential Reasoning in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Universal Journal of Educational Research. 4(5): 1003-1015. DOI:10.13189/ujer.2016.040510.
2016 Luckett, K. Curriculum Contestation in a Post-colonial Context: a view from the South, Teaching in Higher Education: Special Issue: Curriculum as Contestation, Vol.21 No.4 pp.415-428. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2016.1155547
2016 Roisin F. Kelly-Laubscher & K. Luckett Differences in Curriculum Structure between High School and University Biology: The Implications for Epistemological Access, Journal of Biological Education, DOI: 10.1080/00219266.2016.1138991.
2016 Wolmarans, N., Luckett, K., & Case, J. Investigating principles of curriculum knowledge progression: a case study of design in a civil engineering degree programme. In P. Vitale & B. Exley (Eds.), Pedagogic Rights and Democratic Education: Bernsteinian explorations of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, Routledge: Abingdon. pp. 87-102.  ISBN: 978-1-138-89809-7.
2016 Morreira, S. Rights After Wrongs: Local Knowledge and Human Rights in Zimbabwe. Stanford Series in Human Rights. Stanford University Press: Stanford, California. ISBN: 9780804798372.
2016 Morreira, S. ‘Working with our Grandparents’ Illusions: On Colonial Lineage and Inheritance in Southern African anthropology.’ HAU: A Journal of Anthropological Theory. 6(2):279-295.
2016 Morreira, S. and Mdlalo, L. ‘Re-imagining the Curriculum of the Humanities Extended Degree.’ UCT Teaching and Learning Conference 2015: Deferred. University of Cape Town, 30 March 2016.
2016 Ditsele, T. & Hurst, E. Travelling terms and local innovations: The tsotsitaal of the North West province, South Africa. Literator. 37(2) a1274.
2016 Hurst, E. Metaphor in South African tsotsitaal. Sociolinguistic Studies.10(1-2) 153-176.
2016 Hurst, E. Navigating language: strategies, transitions and the ‘colonial wound’ in South African education. Language and Education. 30(3) 219-234.

 



OLDER PUBLICATIONS & CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: 2009 ~ 2015:

Year of Publication Author(s) Publication Title
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Notes on gatekeepers and the production of knowledge in and about the postcolonial Humanities.’ Anthropological Notebooks. 21 (2): 97–100.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Steps Towards Decolonial Higher Education in Southern Africa? Epistemic Disobedience in the Humanities.’ Journal of Asian and African Studies. Published Online First: No Volume Number Yet Available. DOI: 10.1177/0021909615577499.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Debating Gender in the Classroom: Black Consciousness and the Politics of Knowledge in South Africa.’ Africa Files AtIssue Ezine. Vol 16, No.4.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘South African Students Must be Given the Chance to Write What they Like.’ The Conversation.com (& re-printed in UCT Daily News; Rhodes University Teaching and Learning News); 4 June.
2015 Morreira, S. “Making a Plan”: Responses amongst the wealthy to declining socioeconomic conditions in suburban Harare.’ Social Dynamics; A Journal of African Studies. 41(2), pp. 273-288.  DOI: 10.1080/02533952.2015.1066123.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Notes on gatekeepers and the production of knowledge in and about the postcolonial Humanities.’ Anthropological Notebooks. 21 (2): 97–100.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Black Consciousness as Pedagogy: The Strengths and Limitations of Using Steve Biko’s I Write What I Like as a Teaching Tool.’ African Philosophy: Past, Present and Future; co-hosted by the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Nairobi; Johannesburg, 9 September. 
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Capitalism, ‘Tradition’, and the Role of Education in Students’ Imaginaries of the Future in Post-Apartheid South Africa.’ Anthropology Southern Africa Annual Conference, University of the North-West, Potchefstroom, South Africa. 1 September.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Steps towards decolonial higher education in South Africa? Researching epistemic disobedience in the postcolonial Humanities.’ Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) XIV General Assembly, Dakar, Senegal. 10 June.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Interrupting Epistemic Hierarchies: Curriculum Development in the Post-Apartheid University.’ Paper presented at Re-Making the South African University: Curriculum Development and the Problem of Place. Rhodes University Curriculum Conference, Grahamstown, 18 April.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Steps towards decolonial higher education in South Africa? Researching epistemic disobedience in the Humanities.’ HUMA (Institute for Humanities in Africa) Seminar Series, University of Cape Town, 15 March.
2015 Morreira, S. ‘Creating Knowers and Knowledge in Anthropology.’ Department of Social Anthropology Seminar Series, University of Cape Town, 28 July.
2015 Morreira, S. ' “You can't just step from one place to another": The socio-politics of illegality in migration from Zimbabwe to South Africa'. Migration Letters. Vol 12 (1), pp 67-78.
2015 Luckett, K. Gazes and Lens in the Postcolony: An Analysis of African Philosophies using Legitimation Code Theory at Legitimation Code Theory Colloquium, Breakwater Lodge, Cape Town, 17-19 June, 2015 (under review British Journal of Sociology of Education).
2015 Luckett, K. Curriculum Contestation in a Post-colonial Context: a View from the South at (Re)making the South African University: Curriculum Development and the Problem of Place, 17 – 18 April 2015, Rhodes University (invitation from Vice-Chancellor’s Office) (in press Teaching in Higher Education).
2015 Luckett, K. Responding to misrecognition from a (post)-colonial university Putting Social Cohesion on the Development Agenda, Poverty & Inequality Initiative, 7 & 8 December 2015, University of Cape Town, (under review Critical Studies in Education).
2015 Luckett, K. Making the Implicit Explicit: Unpacking inferential reasoning in the Humanities and Social Sciences presented at 42nd International Systemic Functional Congress, 27-31 July, 2015, RWTH Aachen University, Germany (under review Universal Journal of Education).
2015 Hurst, E. ‘The thing that kill us’: student perspectives on language support in a South African university. Teaching in Higher Education. 20(1) 78-91.
2015 Hurst, E. Overview of the Tsotsitaals of South Africa; their different base languages and common core lexical items. In: Nico Nassenstein & Andrea Hollington (eds). Youth language practices in Africa and beyond. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp.169-184.
2014 Hurst, E. Madiba, M. and Morreira, S. Towards a pedagogy of engagement: validating students’ voices in higher education. International Society for African Philosophy and Studies, Cintsa, 29th May- 1st June.
2014 Morreira, S. and Henry, M. Designing a Foundation Year for the Social Sciences in an Extended Degree Programme. Teaching and Learning Conference, UCT, Cape Town.
2014 Hurst, E. Reading groups in the Humanities Education Development Unit. Teaching and Learning Conference, UCT, Cape Town, 20th October.
2014 Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies (including preface by Hurst, E.) Special issue: ‘Tsotsitaal studies: Urban youth language practices in South Africa’. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies. 32(2) 2014 (including preface by Hurst, E.)
2014 Hurst, E. & Buthelezi, M. A visual and linguistic comparison of features of Durban and Cape Town tsotsitaal. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies. 32(2) 185-197.
2014 Hurst, E. English and the academy for African skilled migrants: the impact of English as an ‘academic lingua franca’ on a group of African skilled academic migrants. In: Malcolm Tight & Nina Madaad (eds).  Academic Mobility. Emerald Press. International Perspectives on Higher Education Research. 11. Pp.153-173.
2013 Hunma, A., Hurst, E., Kallon, I., Luckett, K. & Morreira, S. Supporting mainstream literacies in an extended degree programme. UCT Teaching & Learning Conference, University of Cape Town, 21st October.
2013 Luckett, K. & Hunma, A. Making gazes explicit: facilitating epistemic access in the Humanities in Journal of Higher Education, Special Issue 67: 183-198. DOI: 10.1007/s 10734-013-9651-7. Available: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10734-013-9651-7/fulltext.html
2013 Mesthrie, R. & Hurst, E. Slang registers, code-switching and restructured urban varieties in South Africa: an analytic overview of tsotsitaals with special reference to the Cape Town variety. Journal of Pidgin & Creole Languages. 28(1) 103-130.
2013 Hurst, E. & Mesthrie, R. ‘When you hang out with the guys they keep you in style’: the case for considering style in descriptions of South African tsotsitaals. Language Matters. 44(1) 3-20.
2012 Morreira, S. ‘Anthropological futures’? Thoughts on Social Research and the Ethics of Engagement. Anthropology Southern Africa. Vol 35 (3&4). Pp 100- 105 and pp 122 -123.
2012 Hurst, E. Academic Literacy Workshops: a handbook for students and instructors. Open Educational Resource, UCT. Online at: http://opencontent.uct.ac.za/Engineering-and-the-Built-Environment/Academic-Literacy-Workshops-a-handbook-for-students-and-instructors ISBN 978-0-7992-2485-6.
2011 Morreira, S. ‘Framing Harm: legal, local and anthropological knowledge in the context of forced migration.’ Anthropology Matters. 13(1).
2010 Hurst, E. The identity reflected in the assessment criteria for a professional Honours degree thesis. AJRMSTE 14(2) 71-84.
2010 Morreira, S. ‘Seeking Solidarity: Zimbabwean Undocumented Migrants in Cape Town, 2007.’ Journal of Southern African Studies. 36(2) pp. 433-488.
2010 Morreira, S. ‘Living with Uncertainty: Disappearing Modernities and Polluted Urbanity in Harare’. Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies. 36(2).
2009 Hurst, E. Tsotsitaal, global culture and local style: identity and recontextualisation in twenty-first century South African townships. Social Dynamics. 35(2) 244-257.

 

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