In addition to my book on dockside prostitution and scholarly communication, I have written a number of journal articles, mainly focused on South African history, culture and memory, as well as higher education in Southern Africa.
South African History, Culture and Memory
Sailing Beyond Apartheid: The Social and Political Impact of Seafaring on Coloured South African Seamen
in (Eds.) Carina Ray & Jeremy Rich, Navigating African Maritime History (St John’s, Newfoundland: IMEHA), pp.189-213.
Soliciting Sailors: The Temporal Dynamics of Dockside Prostitution in South Africa
Journal of Southern African Studies Vol.35, No.3 (Sept 2009): 699-713.
Trauma and Memory: The Impact of Apartheid-Era Forced Removals on Coloured Identity in Cape Town
in Mohamed Adhikari (Ed.), Burdened by Race: Coloured Identities in Southern Africa (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2009), pp.49-78.
Dockside Prostitution in South African Ports
History Compass Vol.6, No.3 (2008): 673-690.
Navigating Risk: Lessons From the Dockside Sex Trade for Reducing Violence in South Africa’s Prostitution Industry
Sexuality Research & Social Policy: Journal of NSRC Vol.4, No.4 (Dec 2007): 106-119.
The Women of Durban’s Dockside Sex Industry
in Rob Pattman & Sultan Khan (Eds.), Undressing Durban (Durban: Madiba Press, 2007), pp. 441-452.
Sailors as Scribes: Travel Discourse and the (Con)textualization of the Khoikhoi at the Cape of Good Hope, 1649-1690
Journal of African Travel-Writing Vols. 8 & 9 (2001): 30-44.
Institutional Culture and OER Policy: How Structure, Culture, and Agency Mediate OER Policy Potential in South African Universities [with Glenda Cox] International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 17(5).