Contents: Volume 4 Number 2 (2015)

Editorial Vol 4 No 2 October 2015
Naydene de Lange

Looking backwards: How to be a South African university
Crain Soudien

Public Scholarship, Democracy and Scholarly Engagement
Enver Motala

Whose Knowledge is It? Towards Reordering Knowledge Production and Dissemination in the Global South
Relebohile Moletsane

Looking at Showing: On the Politics and Pedagogy of Exhibiting in Community-Based Research and Work With Policy Makers
Claudia Mitchell

Hacking Through Academentia: Autoethnography, Data and Social Change
Keyan G Tomaselli

Reflections of a Novice Academic Writer
Kimera Moodley, with Angela James and Michelle Stears

Integrating Reflexivity: Negotiating Researcher Identity Through Autoethnography
Ying Syuan Huang

Book Review: Knowledge as Enablement: Engagement between Higher Education and the Third Sector in South Africa
Anne Harley, University of KwaZulu-Natal, and Mark Butler

Report: Sexual Violence Research Initiative Forum, 14–17 September 2015, Spier Estate, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Naydene de Lange

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