Dr Khayaat Fakier
Senior Lecturer in Sociology
Tel: +27 21 808 2391
Convenor of Honours programmes
PhD Sociology, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg 2010
Ongoing Interests: work, unpaid work, care; social reproduction; gender; feminism; migration.
- Solari, N. and FAKIER, K. Forthcoming (February 2020). Women in Small Scale Fishing in South Africa: An Ecofeminist Engagement with the ‘Blue Economy’. In K. Fakier, D. Mulinari and N. Räthzel (eds). Marxist-Feminist Theories and Struggles Today: Essential writings on Intersectionality, Labour and Ecofeminism. ZED Books
- FAKIER, K., Mulinari, D. and Räthzel, N (editors). 2020. Marxist-Feminist Theories and Struggles Today: Essential writings on Intersectionality, Labour and Ecofeminism. ZED Books.
- FAKIER, K. and COCK, J. Eco-feminist Organizing in South Africa: Reflections on the Feminist Table. Capitalism, nature, socialism 2018; 29(1):40-57. Available: https://doi.org/10.1080/10455752.2017.1421980.
- FAKIER K. Women and Renewable Energy in a South African Community: Exploring Energy Poverty and Environmental Racism. Journal of international women’s studies 2018; 19(5):165-176. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol19/iss5/11.
- WEBSTER, E, FAKIER, K and METCALFE, A. A quiet revolution in social policy? A case study of a community work program (CWP) in rural South Africa.
- VI BRICS Academic Forum, Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, IPEA 2014: 297-308. Available: http://www.ipea.gov.br/portal/images/stories/PDFs/livros/livros/livro_forum_brics.pdf.
- EHMKE, E and FAKIER, K. Conclusion – building new spaces: Responses to insecurity in the global South. In Socio-economic insecurity in emerging economies, Routledge, United Kingdom, 2014: 241-249.
- FAKIER, K. and EHMKE, E. (eds). 2014. ‘Socio-Economic Insecurity in Emerging Economies: Building new spaces’ Routledge Earthscan: London.