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Periodical articlevan der Waal, C.S. (2015)
See this documentLong walk from 'volkekunde' to anthropology: reflections on representing the human in South Africa
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 38 #3-4. p. 216-234.

Periodical articleBank, Andrew (2015)
See this document'Broederbande' [brotherly bonds]: Afrikaner nationalist masculinity and African sexuality in the writings of Werner Eiselen's students, Stellenbosch University, 1930-1936
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 38 #3-4. p. 180-197.

Periodical articleBank, Andrew (2015)
See this documentFathering 'volkekunde': race and culture in the ethnological writings of Werner Eiselen, Stellenbosch University, 1926-1936
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 38 #3-4. p. 163-179.

Periodical articleMacdonald, Helen and Spiegel, Andrew D. (2013)
'Distraction from the real difficulties': ethical deliberations in international health research
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 36 #3-4. p. 146-154.

Periodical articleBotha, Nina (2010)
'Sick' with child
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 33 #1-2. p. 1-8.

Periodical articleSharp, John (2006)
The End of Culture? Some Directions for Anthropology at the University of Pretoria
Anthropology Southern Africa. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 17-23.

Periodical articleMkhwanazi, Nolwazi (2005)
Reflections on the Ethical Dilemmas That Arise for Anthropologists Conducting Fieldwork on the Provision of Sexuality Education in South Africa
Anthropology Southern Africa. Volume 28 #3-4. p. 115-122.

Periodical articleVan der Waal, C.S. (2002)
Diverse Approaches in a South African Debate on Language and Diversity in Higher Education
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 25 #3-4. p. 86-95.

Periodical articleKuper, Adam (2002)
Today We Have Naming of Parts: The Work of the Anthropologists in Southern Africa
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 25 #1-2. p. 7-16.

Periodical articleDe Jongh, Michael (2002)
Deconstruct, Self-Destruct or Reconstruct: The State of Anthropology in Southern Africa
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 25 #1-2. p. 1-6.

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