Publications by project researchers

Boswell, Rosabelle: Narrating Muslim Women’s Identities in Cape Town, MMG Working Paper WP 11-07. Göttingen: Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften. (abstract / full article)

Carstens, Liesl. (submitted November 2012). Tattoos: Transgressive or mundane. A narrative analysis (Honours thesis supervised by Prof. Stroud and Dr. Peck)

Jegels, Dmitri. 2012. The politics of estrangement: Marching on Rondebosch Common (unpublished paper delivered at Language practices, migration and labour: ethnographing economies in urban diversities Workshop, UWC: October 2012).

Jegels, Dmitri. 2012. Die Tjatjies a'rit is [The Chachies as it is (Manenberg where it's happening)]: Parental ethnotheories about literacy and schooling in Manenberg (Unpublished paper delivered at Kaaps in fokus symposium, University of the Western Cape: June 2012).

Jegels, Dmitri. 2012. Semiotic landscapes and mobile narrations of place: Performing the local (Paper delivered at the International Workshop on Linguistic Landscapes held at the University of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia: February 2012)

Peck, Amiena. 2012. Travelling tattoos: Corporeal landscapes of subjectivity’ at Language practices, migration and labour: ethnographing economies in urban diversities Workshop, UWC,  8-10 October 2012.

Peck, Amiena. 2012. ‘Moving landscapes of consumption: semiotics on skin’ at Consumer Practices, Media and Landscapes in South Africa: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives Symposia, Wits (local), 8-10 November 2012.

Peck, Amiena. 2013. Corporeal linguistic landscapes: putting the body back in the picture’ at Linguistic Landscapes 5: Protest, conflict and change, University of Namur (international), 24 -27 April 2013.

Peck, Amiena. 2013. ‘Superdiversity inscribed on the body: corporeal landscapes of subjectivity’ (working title) at Language and Super-diversity Conference, University of Jyvaskla (international), 5-7 June 2013.

Peck, Amiena. 2013. ‘Multilingual corporeality: eroticizing local languages on the body’ at International Symposium on Bilingualism 9: Multilingualism, National University of Singapore, 10-13 June 2013.

Vigneswaran, Darshan: Being like a State: Policing Space in Johannesburg, MMG Working Paper WP 10-15. Göttingen: Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften. (abstract / full article)

Vigneswaran, Darshan: Methodological Debates in Human Rights Research: A Case Study of Human Trafficking in South Africa, MMG Working Paper WP 12-07. Göttingen: Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften. (abstract / full article)

Wale, Kim: Policing Racial Boundaries: University Students’ Interpretations of Race Relations in South Africa, MMG Working Paper WP 10-10. Göttingen: Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften. (abstract / full article)

Williams, Quentin and Stroud, Christopher (forthcoming 2013). Multilingualism in transformative spaces: Contact and conviviality. In Language Policy, 12(1) (February 2013).

Williams, Quentin and Stroud, Christopher (forthcoming 2013). Linguistic Citizenship: Multilingualism for postnational modernities. In Critical Discourse Studies, (March 2013)