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Submissions from 2015

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The F Word: An analysis of the perceptions and performance of feminisms amongst five Black, Xhosa women living in Langa, Victoria Chigozie Akah, Columbia University

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The Traumatic State of Psychology: An Investigation of the Challenges Psychologists Face When Aiming to Help Trauma Survivors in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Rohan Arcot, Hamilton College

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Transracial Adoption in Cape Town, South Africa: The Perspectives of Black Young Adults, Emma Bilodeau, Bates College

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“I’ve Taken My Own Power”: Insights into women’s empowerment and its effectiveness in different NGOs in Cape Town, Molly Willeford, Illinois Wesleyan University

Submissions from 2014

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Cape Town on The Eve of The 2014 Elections: 12 Narratives on Political Efficacy and The Post-Apartheid Presidency From Langa and Stellenbosch, Richard Ahne, Claremont Mckenna College

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Identity Crisis: Making Sense of Post-Apartheid Relationships Between Whiteness and Antiracism, Justin Bradshaw, Brandeis University

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Seven Women Speak: Perceptions of Economic Empowerment Opportunities Among Diverse Women in Four Different Cape Town Communities Today, Shanna Cole, George Washington University

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The Complicated ‘Colours’ of Rhythm: A Study of Capetonian’s Battle for Identity through the Hip Hop Movement in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Joseph Thomas Dover, University of Colorado

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To Assimilate or Integrate? The Narratives of Eight Black Students at Historically White Universities in the Western Cape: Can Education be Seen as Oppression or Privilege?, Mari Faines, Colgate University

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Exploring Barriers: An Analysis of Access to Effective Tuberculosis Care in Cape Town, Yvonne Okaka, Villanova University

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Black, White and Rainbow all Over: The Segregation present among Cape Town’s Pride Festival, Lucy Stockdale, Trinity University

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THE STREETS ARE COLD, THE GANGS ARE WARM: AN INTERROGATION OF WHY PEOPLE JOIN GANGS, Sanna Strand, Hawaii Pacific University

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On Air With the Community An Exploration of Five Community Radio Stations in the Western Cape, Kelsey Warren, University of Redlands

Submissions from 2013

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Fros, Weaves, and Kinks: The Social and Political Significance of Hair for Black and Coloured Women in Cape Town, Carol Antunez, Hamilton College

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“We Give Way:” 6 Narratives of the Academic Negotiation Between English and Afrikaans at The University of Stellenbosch, Alexis K. Boyer, George Washington University

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Cape Town Performance Poetry: The Activist’s pen is Mighty, Kelsey Rae Brattin, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Living Openly: 2 Narratives of Black and White Lesbians Living in Cape Town, Rebecca Gant, Franklin & Marshall College

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“Queering the Rainbow Nation”: An Analysis of 11 Gay and Lesbian Capetonians’ Perceptions of LGBT Identity in Cape Town and the South African Government’s Commitment to LGBT Equality, Ryan Sasse, Washington University in St. Louis

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Fostering the Orphaned and Vulnerable Child: Exploring Identity Economics in Relation to Orphaned and Vulnerable Children in the Eastern Cape and Cape Town, South Africa, Khaliyah Yasmeen Washington, Occidental College

Submissions from 2012

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Whose Gay Town is Cape Town? An Examination of Cape Town’s Gay Village and the Production of a Queer White Patriarchy., Mollie Beebe, Macalester College

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Take Back Rondebosch Common: A Case Study on Discontent With the DA and Urban Land Reform in Rondebosch, Cape Town., Kyle Dallman, Beloit College

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“The Customer is Always Right” Customer Service and Managerial Structures in Relation to Company Size on Main Road Rondebosch, Cape Town, Carlos Gausman, Denison University

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PEPFAR Problems: How Does the United States’ Presidential Emergency Program for AIDS Relief Empower Women?, Caitlin H.

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Accessing Justice, Evaluating Agency: How 12 Women in Cape Town Perceive Their Local Police Services With Respect to Their Race, Class, Gender, and Geographic Location, Ellen Moore, Syracuse University

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The Implications of Privileged Gay Politics on Queer Aberrations: Interrogating South Africa’s Nongovernmental Industrial Complex, Vijay Sachdev, University of Redlands

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The “Marikana Massacre” and the Reactions of South Africans, Isabelle Soifer, Rice University

Submissions from 2011

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South African Jews and How the History of the Aparthied Has Effected the Community’s Relationship to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Julia Berner-Tobin, Earlham College

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A Long Road Home: Housing Rights in South Africa’s Informal Settlement, Joe Slovo, Kaitlyn Bowles, Tufts University

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The Tourists and the Toured: Identity in Greenmarket Square, Sophia Perlman, Middlebury College

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Contradictions Between Party and Man: Student Perceptions of Julius Malema, Annie Elise Shapiro, George Washington University

Submissions from 2009

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Die Taal is Gans die Volk? Building a Common Afrikaans-Language Identity and Community in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Susan DeMartino, George Washington University

Submissions from 2008

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Fighting the Man: A Case Study of the Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign, Allison Grill, Skidmore College

Submissions from 2007

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Growing ‘Black Diamonds’: The Role of the Government in Small Business Development and Black Entrepreneurship, Will Houghteling, Harvard University

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Memory, Place and Nation-Building: Remembering in the ‘New’ South Africa, Kate Ronan, Syracuse University

Submissions from 2005

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Facilitating Public Participation in the Eastern Cape Province: A Case Study of the Centre for Governance in Africa, Paul D. Lemaistre, Tufts University

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People Living With, Not Dying From Disease: Patient Empowerment Through Anti-Retroviral Therapy and Possibilities for Social Change, Xin Wei Ngiam, Harvard University

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The State of “Differently Abled” People in the Western Cape, South Africa, Joshua Wade Paul, Wabash College