Interventions in Critical Knowledge Production in South Africa
- Cassey Toi March 2018 “MOTHERHOOD CONSTRUCTED ONLINE : AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SOUTH AFRICAN MOMMY BLOGGERS” (Supervised by Lloyd Hill). Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/103895
- Chima Onwunta December 2019 “LANGUAGE AS ASPECT OF TRANSFORMATION AT UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE” (Supervised by Lloyd Hill)
- Kylie Bolton March 2020 “POLITICAL FASHIONING : AESTHETICS, ART AND ACTIVISM IN SOUTH AFRICA 2013-2018” (Supervised by Bernard Dubbeld). Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/107981
- Shante Neff March 2020 “THE CHALLENGES OF ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY IN ORGANISATIONS: A CASE STUDY IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN COMMERICAL FISHING INDUSTRY” (Supervised by Lindy Heinecken)
- Jackie Roux March 2020 “HOW SOCIAL MEDIA DEMOCRATIZED BEAUTY : SOUTH AFRICAN INFLUENCERS EXPERIENCES OF THE TRANSFORMATION OF COSMETICS AND WORK IN THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY” (Supervised by Bernard Dubbeld) Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/107842
- Jade Tennant March 2020 “ITS NOT A WOMANS JOB : AN EXPLORATION OF THE GENDERED NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY” (Supervised by Lindy Heinecken). Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/108033
- Justine Heald Dec 2020. “CAKE AND DEATH: THREE DEATH CAFES IN SOUTH AFRICA” (Supervised by Ilana van Wyk) Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/109100
- Luckymore Matenga Dec 2020 “EXAMINING STATE RESPONSES TO ZIMBABWEAN MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS IN INNER-CITY JOHANNESBURG” (Supervised by Efua Prah). Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/109386
- Lisa Hendricks. March 2021 “THE SOCIAL LIFE OF A SMALL ETHNOLOGY MUSEUM IN LIMPOPO, SOUTH AFRICA” (Supervised by Ilana van Wyk). Available at: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/109108
- Danya Marx. March 2021 Link: “WARRIOR GIRLS: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GENDER-BASED ACTIVISM IN A PENTECOSTAL-CHARISMATIC CHURCH IN STELLENBOSCH” (Supervised by Ilana van Wyk). Available at https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/110098
- Maria Booi. Dec 2021, “GROWING UP WOMEN AND MEN: GENDERED HOUSEWORK IN XHOSA HOUSEHOLDS IN LANGA.” Supervised by Khayaat Fakier,. Available: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/124013
- Kylie Kuhl, Dec 2021 “THE ART OF MAKING YOUNG GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA.” Supervised by Dennis Francis. Available: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/110505
- Leya Mgebisa, Dec 2021, “The Perception of School Choice Practices and How the ‘Public’ in Stellenbosch Functions” Supervised by Bernard Dubbeld and Jacob du Plessis
- Ashwin Philips, Dec 2021, “SURVEILLANCE AND REGULATION OF PROTEST MOVEMENTS IN A DEMOCRATIC LIBERAL SOCIETY: EXPLORING THE LIVES OF FEES MUST FALL ACTIVISTS AT STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY.” Supervised by Rob Pattman and Dennis Francis. Available: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/123593
- Zara Schoeder, Dec 2021 “PERFORMING THE SELF IN NEW MEDIA: A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE EXPERIENCES OF SOUTH AFRICAN MUSLIM WOMEN INFLUENCERS ON INSTAGRAM”. Supervised by Patricia Hamilton. Available: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/123657
- Nicola van der Westhuizen, Dec 2021 . “CONTESTATIONS OVER URBAN SPACE: EXPLORING THE DISCOURSE AND DYNAMICS BETWEEN RESIDENTS IN HERMANUS, ZWELIHLE AND DUBAI IN A POST-PROTEST ENVIRONMENT” Supervised by Shaheed Tayob.
- Kerina Veeriah, Dec 2021 “BALANCING ACTS: RATIONALISATION AND CARE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH CALL CENTRE COUNSELLORS IN SOUTH AFRICA”. Supervised by Ilana van Wyk, Available: https://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/110577
- Bapiwe Gobodo. March 2022. Supervised by Dennis Francis. The badge, the blazer and those who came before us: a sociological study on hazing in former model C all-boys schools in the Eastern Cape (sun.ac.za)
- Natasha Solari. March 2022. Supervised by Khayaat Fakier.Fishing for Answers: An exploration of fisherwomen’s roles and activities in the ‘blue economy’ of the South African small-scale fisheries sector (sun.ac.za)
- Simonn Meyer. December 2022. Supervised by Bernard Dubbeld. Party Politics: An exploration of Cape Town Queer Nightlife and what it reveals about the politics of space and identification in post-Apartheid South Africa (sun.ac.za)
- Angelique Michaels. December 2022. Supervised by Shaheed Tayob.Critiquing prescriptions of place and belonging in neoliberal post-apartheid Cape Town: An ethnography on the politics of abjection in language, policy, and practice (sun.ac.za)
- Mukisa Mujulizi. December 2022. Supervised by Bernard Dubbeld. Black in White: The Private and Public Lives of Black Alums in Cape Town Private Schools (sun.ac.za)
- Tariro Nyamudeza. December 2022. Supervised by Efua Prah. Women’s rugby at Stellenbosch University: challenging normative constructions of gender in sport (sun.ac.za)
Eboni Edwards. December 2022. Securitisation of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Deployment of the Military: Issues and Concerns in South Africa (sun.ac.za), supervised Lindy Heinecken
Calley Fortuin. December 2022. A qualitative study of space, everyday practice, and aspiration among the residents of Koodoo Street, Kewtown: a historically coloured neighbourhood in Cape Town. (sun.ac.za), supervised Shaheed Tayob
Tarshlynn Herandien. December 2022. EXPLORING THE EXPERIENCES OF “TRUST” IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA. (sun.ac.za), supervised Lario Viljoen and Khayaat Fakier
Tinaye Mukutiri. December 2022. Access to sexual and reproductive health services: Perceptions and experiences of Zimbabwean migrant women in Kayamandi (Stellenbosch, South Africa) (sun.ac.za)i (Stellenbosch, South Africa) supervised Efua Prah
Damian Johnson. July 2023. “Not even your own teachers are spared” – An oral history of teaching on the Cape Flats in the 1980s, supervised Bernard Dubbeld.
Nadia Kemp. July 2023. “I’ve learnt to not have those kinds of outbursts”: Exploring the perspectives of men on a violence intervention programme, , supervised Khayaat Fakier.
Vuyo Qinela. July 2023. Supervised Dennis Francis – The African Zionist Church and its response to LGBTQ individuals in East London, Eastern Cape, supervised by Dennis Francis.
- Kelidh Clapperton. December 2023. “Nuclear legacies: An ethnographic study of the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute’s anti-nuclear campaign in the aftermath of a court victory,” supervised by Steven Robins.
March 2021: Amber Blake, Kelidh Clapperton, Ella Horne, Nadia Kemp, Mfundo Mlomzale, Vuyolowethu Qinela
March 2020: Embeth Johannes, Damian Johnson, Nosi Matiwane, Simonn Meyer, Tariro Nyamudeza, Shane Sass.
March 2019: Maria Booi, Danya Marx, , Angelique Michaels, Zara Schoeder, Kerina Veeriah.
March 2018: Mishka Babletakis, Melissa Coetzee, Taylor Lategan (nee Smith), Stephanie Jacobs, Leya Mgebisa, Shante Neff.