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“Loving thy neighbour” in times of violence: Social cohesion and collective efficacy in South Africa

Vanessa Barolsky

“As long as they behave themselves”: Heterosexual recuperation in South Africans’ talk about homosexuality

Tracy Morison, Amanda Mtshengu, Theodorus Sandfort & Vasu Reddy

Psychiatry and the DSM: Cracks in an epistemic empire

Ryan Botha

Explaining genocide and the question of theory

Susan van Zyl


Creative undisciplining: Report on the 6th International Conference on Community Psychology, Durban, South Africa, 27-30 May 2016

Nick Malherbe, Rebecca Helman & Josephine Cornell

Wulf Sachs, race trouble, and the will to know

Kevin Durrheim


A promise of working through

Hook, Derek (2013) (Post)apartheid conditions: Psychoanalysis and social formation. Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan (Series: Studies in the Psychosocial). ISBN 978-1-137-03299-7 hbk. Pages x + 242. (Published in 2014 by HSRC Press.
ISBN 978-07969-2458-2 pbk. Pages 252.
Lisa Saville Young

Reading the South African transition

Maré, Gerhard (2014) Declassified: Moving beyond the dead end of race in South Africa. Auckland Park (Johannesburg): Jacana.
ISBN 978-1-4314-2020-9 pbk. Pages 200.
Chabani Manganyi

What, for Lacan, makes the function of the Father work? Of Abraham and the goat, or, of Elliott and ET

Lacan, Jacques (2013) On the Names-of-the-Father. (Edited by Jacques-Alain Miller, Translated by Bruce Fink.) Cambridge: Polity Press (2005-French).
ISBN: 978-0-7456- 5991-6 hbk. Pages 105.
Derek Hook