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Chair for Critical Studies in Higher Education Transformation



Prof André Keet

  1. Keet, A. 2018. The Plastic University. South African Journal of Education 38(5) November (in review).


  1. Keet, A. 2017. Does Human Rights Education Exist? International Journal of Human Rights Education 1(1): 1-18.


  1. Keet, A., Nel, W. and Sattarzadeh, S.D. 2017. Retreating rights: Human Rights, Pre-theoretical praxes and Student Activism in South African Universities. South African Journal for Higher Education, Volume 31(6): 79‒95.


  1. Keet, A, Sattarzadeh, S & Munene, A. 2017. An Awkward, Uneasy (De) coloniality (editorial).  Education as Change 21(1): 1-12.




Prof Shirley Anne Tate

  1. Tate, Shirley Anne. 2017. Introduction: Building the anti-racist university-next steps in Building the anti-racist university Race, Ethnicity and Education 20 (3), May: 289-299.


  1. Tate, Shirley Anne. 2017. Libidinal economies of Black hair: Subverting the governance of strands, subjectivities and politics, Image and Text 29: 95-111.


  1. Tate, Shirley Anne and Damien Page. 2018. Whiteliness and institutional racism: hiding behind (un)conscious bias. Ethics and Education. DOI: 10.1080/17449642.2018.1428718


Prof Michalinos Zembylas

  1. Zembylas, M. 2018. Counter conducts as affective practices in the classroom: The task of pedagogies of estrangement. Teaching Education, 29(1): 98-110. DOI: 10.1080/10476210.2017.1362551


  1. Zembylas, M. 2018. Affect and counter-conduct: Cultivating action for social change in human rights education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2017.1300573


  1. Zembylas, M. 2018. Con-/divergences between postcolonial and critical peace education: Towards pedagogies of decolonization in peace education. Journal of Peace Education, 1-23. DOI: 10.1080/17400201.2017.1412299


  1. Zembylas, M. 2017. Love as ethico-political practice: Inventing reparative pedagogies of aimance in “disjointed” times. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 14(1): 23-38.


  1. Zembylas, M. 2017. Wilful ignorance and the emotional regime of schools. British Journal of Educational Studies, DOI: 10.1080/00071005.2017.1290785


  1. Zembylas, M. & Iasonos, S. 2017. Social justice leadership in multicultural schools: The case of an ethnically divided society. International Journal of Leadership in Education 20(1): 1-25.


  1. Zembylas, M. 2017. Re-contextualising human rights education: Some decolonial strategies and pedagogical/curricular possibilities. Pedagogy, Culture & Society 25(4): 487-499.


  1. Zembylas, M. 2017. The contribution of the ontological turn in education: some methodological and political implications. Educational Philosophy and Theory 49(14): 1401-1414.


  1. Klerides, L. & Zembylas, M. 2017. Identity as immunology? History teaching in two ethnonational borders of Europe. Compare 47(3): 416-433.




Prof Matthew Hughey

  1. Love, Adam, Bianca Gonzalez-Sobrino, and Matthew W. Hughey. 2017. Excessive Celebration? The Racialization of Recruiting Commitments on College Football Internet Message Boards. Sociology of Sport Journal 34(3):235-47.


  1. Hughey, Matthew W. and Carol Ann Jackson. 2017. The Dimensions of Racialization and the Inner City School. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 673(1):312-329.


  1. Hughey, Matthew W. 2017. White Lives Matter?. In “Whitewashing the Working Class”. Contexts 16(2):17-18.


  1. Goss, Devon R., W. Carson Byrd, and Matthew W. Hughey. 2017. Racial Authenticity and Familial Acceptance among Transracial Adoptees: A Bothersome Bargain of Belonging. Symbolic Interaction 40(2):147-68.



Dr Marisa Botha

  1. Botha, M. 2018. Psychological sequelae of political imprisonment, specifically post-traumatic stress disorder, in 491 Days by Winnie Madikizela- Mandela. Literator 39(1), a1451. 10.4102/lit.v39i1.1451


Dr Avivit Cherrington

  1. Cherrington, AM. 2018. Research as Hope-Intervention: Mobilising Hope in a South African Higher Education Context. South African Journal of Education 38(5) November (in review).