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Monographien/ Herausgeberschaften

(2015) Animals and African ethics (Basingstoke/ Hampshire: Palgrave-MacMillan: ISBN 978-1-137-50404-3)

(2010) The moral status and rights of animals (Johannesburg: Porcupine Press; ISBN 978-0-620-46313-3)

(2013) Education Studies: History, Sociology, Philosophy (Kai Horsthemke, Peggy Siyakwazi, Elizabeth Walton & Charl Wolhuter, Hrsg.; Cape Town: Oxford University Press South Africa; ISBN 978-0-199-05621-7)


Beiträge in Sammelbänden und Zeitschriften

(2015) Epistemic empathy in childrearing and education (Ethics and Education 10/1: 61-72) (2015; mit Penny Enslin) Rethinking the “Western tradition” (Educational Philosophy and Theory 47/11: 1166-1174)

(2014) Children and other animals: The possibility and promise of animal rights education (Philosophy of Education 7, Russland: 157-171)

(2014) Of ants and men: Epistemic injustice, commitment to truth, and the possibility of outsider critique (Ethics and Education 9/1: 127-140)

(2014) “On bullshit” and “Mindfucking”: An essay on mental manipulation in education (South African Journal of Philosophy 33/1: 35-46)

(2013) Indigenisation, internationalisation, and Transkulturalität: Approaches to transmission and transformation in education (Philosophy of Education 6, Russland: 103-121)

(2013) Some doubts about “indigenous knowledge”, and the argument from epistemic injustice (Quest 25: 49-76) (2012) Animal liberation: Terrorism or civil disobedience? (Southern African Public Law 27/1: 103-118)

(2011) “Diverse epistemologies”, truth and archaeology: In defence of realism (Science and Engineering Ethics 17: 321-334)

(2010) “Knowledge diversity”, truth and schooling: In (cautious) defence of realism (Journal of Education 48: 77-98)

(2010) African and Afrikaner “ways of knowing”: Truth and the problems of superstition and “blood knowledge” (Theoria 123: 27-51)

(2009; mit Penny Enslin), African philosophy of education: The price of unchallengeability (Studies in Philosophy and Education 28/3: 209-222)

(2009) Rethinking humane education (Ethics and Education 4/2: 201-214)

(2009) Learning for the natural environment: The case against anthropocentrism (US-China Education Review 6/10: From knowledge to wisdom: 22-30, 38)

(2009) The South African higher education transformation debate: Culture, identity and “African ways of knowing” (London Review of Education 7/1: 3-15)

(2008) The idea of indigenous knowledge (Archaeologies 4/1: 129-143)

(2008; mit Mike Kissack), Vorleben: Educational practice beyond prescription (Journal of Curriculum Studies 40/3: 277-288)

(2008) Scientific knowledge and higher education in the 21st century: The case against ‘indigenous science’ (South African Journal of Higher Education 22/2: 333-347)

(2007; mit Marc Schäfer) Does “African” mathematics facilitate access to mathematics? Towards an ongoing critical analysis of ethnomathematics in a South African context (Pythagoras 65: 2-9)

(2007) “Local knowledge”, assessment and international standards (South African Review of Education with Education with Production 13/1: 19-30)

(2006) Ethnomathematics and education: Some thoughts (for the learning of mathematics 26/3: 15-19)

(2006) The idea of the African university in the twenty first century: Some reflections on Afrocentrism and Afroscepticism (South African Journal of Higher Education 20/4: 449-465)

(2005) Redress and reconciliation in South African education: The case for a rights-based approach (Journal of Education 37: 169-187)

(2004; mit Penny Enslin) Can “ubuntu” provide a model for citizenship education in democracy in African democracies? (Comparative Education 40/4: 545-558)

(2004) Knowledge, education and the limits of Africanisation (Journal of Philosophy of Education 38/4: 571-587)

(2004) “Indigenous knowledge”, truth and reconciliation in South African higher education (South African Journal of Higher Education 18/3: 65-81)

(2004) “Indigenous knowledge”: Conceptions and misconceptions (Journal of Education 32: 31-48)

Kapitel in Monographien/ Handbüchern

(2014; mit Larry Yore) Challenges of multiculturalism in science education: Indigenisation, internationalisation and Transkulturalität. In Michael R. Matthews (Hrsg.), International Handbook of Research in History, Philosophy and Science Teaching, Dordrecht: Springer: 1759-1792

(2013) Animal sacrifice. In Andrew Linzey (Hrsg.), The global guide to animal protection, Champaign/ Ill.: University of Illinois Press: 241-243

(2013) Ethics and values in education. In Kai Horsthemke, Peggy Siyakwazi, Elizabeth Walton & Charl C. Wolhuter (Hrsg.), Education Studies, Cape Town: Oxford University Press South Africa

(2013) Knowledge and education. In Kai Horsthemke, Peggy Siyakwazi, Elizabeth Walton & Charl C. Wolhuter (Hrsg.), Education Studies, Cape Town: Oxford University Press South Africa

(2010) Introduction. In Oliver Barker (Hrsg.), The musical life of Marguerite Barker Reinecke: A memoir. Johannesburg: Books on the Wall: 19-20

(2010) African philosophy of education. In Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker & Barry McGaw (Hrsg.), International Encyclopedia of Education, 3rd Edition, vol. 6. Oxford: Elsevier: 50-55

(2008) Indigenous knowledge. In Nick Shepherd & Steven Robins (Hrsg.), New South African Keywords, Johannesburg, Jacana/ Athens, Ohio University Press: 129-132

(2005) Is there a distinctly and uniquely African philosophy of education? In Yusef Waghid, Berte Van Wyk, Farieda Adams & Ivan November (Hrsg.), African(a) philosophy of education: Reconstructions and deconstructions, Stellenbosch: Department of Education Policy Studies, Stellenbosch University: 54-75 (mit Penny Enslin)


(2013) Education, culture and epistemological diversity: Mapping a contested terrain (Claudia W. Ruitenberg & D.C. Phillips, Hrsg.) (Science & Education 22/3: 709-716)

(2011) Martin Heidegger – Letters to his wife: 1915-1970; selected, edited and annotated by Gertrud Heidegger (Theoria 126: 112-115) (2011) Helen Douglas, Love & arms: Violence and justification after Levinas, Mail & Guardian 15.-21. Juli/ Winter Books: VI).

(2008) Wendy Woodward, The animal gaze: Animal subjectivities in Southern African narratives, Mail & Guardian 20. November.