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Articulations: A Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture Collection

Edited by Amanda Alexander
Published by Africa World Press, 2006

CONTENTS

Introduction

1: ‘A SEARCH FOR NEW OPENINGS, NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR CONTESTATION’

From Liberation to Reconstruction: Theory and Practice in the Life of Harold Wolpe
Michael Burawoy

2: ‘DECOLONISATION REQUIRES FUNDAMENTAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHANGE’

Ten Years of Democracy: A Review
Patrick Bond

Talking is Walking: A Critical Review of Patrick Bond’s Wolpe Lecture
Kerry Chance and Mandisa Mbali

Slow Delivery in South Africa’s Land Reform Programme: The Property Clause Revisited
Lungisile Ntsebeza

You Get What You Can Pay For: Cost Recovery and the Crisis of Service Delivery in South Africa
David McDonald

Fanon, Marx, and the New Reality of the Nation: Black Political Empowerment and the Challenge of a New Humanism in South Africa
Nigel Gibson

A Critical Review of Nigel Gibson’s Lecture
Mavuso Dingani

Keeping it in Their Pants: Politicians, Men, and Sexual Assault in South Africa
Charlene Smith

3: 'FLIRTATION WITH THE CONFUSED AND AMBIGUOUS DOCUMENT THAT IS THE FREEDOM CHARTER’

Is There Any Future in the Past? A Critique of the Freedom Charter in the Era of Neoliberalism
Console Tleane

A Review of Console Tleane’s Wolpe Lecture
Andile Mngxitama

4: ‘THE SPECTATOR FEELS AT HOME NOWHERE, FOR THE SPECTACLE IS EVERYWHERE’

The (Self-Imposed) Crisis of the Black Intellectual
Jonathan Jansen

It Don’t Mean A Thing If You Ain’t Got That Swing: A Review of Jonathan Jansen’s Wolpe Lecture
Pravasan Pillay

Critical Capacities: Facing the Challenges of Intellectual Development in Africa
Amina Mama

A Review of Amina Mama’s Wolpe Lecture
Sindisiwe Mbandlwa

Passageways: Revisiting Self, The Society of the Spectacle, and Moby-Dick in the Wake of September 11
Darryl Accone

A Review of Darryl Accone’s Wolpe Lecture
Pravasan Pillay

The Death of Race
David Theo Goldberg

5: ‘HOW FAR CAN WE AS THE MEDIA GO IN OUR CRITICISM OF THOSE IN POWER?’

An Incomplete Freedom: The State of the Media Ten Years into Democracy
Ferial Haffajee

Democracy and the Importance of Criticism, Dissent, and Public Dialogue
William Mervin Gumede

A Review of William Mervin Gumede’s Wolpe Lecture
Dalicebo Mthiyane

6: ‘CAPITAL HAS LONG CEASED TO BOTHER ABOUT NATIONAL BORDERS’

The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
Naomi Klein

Organising for Second Freedom
Ela R Bhatt

The Struggle for Zimbabwe: Contesting the Meaning of Liberation
Wilfred Mhanda

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