Dr Frans Kruger
Senior Lecturer
School of Education Studies
School of Education Studies
051 4013420
Winkie Direko Building

Short CV

I teach educational philosophy and theory in the School of Education Studies. I hold a PhD in Humanities Education from the University of Pretoria,  an M.Ed from the University of Tasmania in Australia and an M.Phil from the University of Cape Town. My educational background and professional experiences are varied and include educational philosophy and theory, applied linguistics, and African historical archaeology. 


Kruger, F. & Le Roux, A. A schizoanalytic exploration of the potential of fabulation for the creation of new social collectivities in pre-service teacher education. Pedagogy, Culture & Society. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14681366.2019.1629994

Kruger, F., Teise, K. & Le Roux, A. Ecojustice education and communitarianism: Exploring the possibility for African eco-communitarianism. Educational Philosophy and Theory. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2019.1625769

Dick, L., Kruger, F., Müller, M. & Mockie, A. 2019. Transformative pedagogy as academic performance: #Shimlapark as a plane of immanence. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies, 19(2): 84-90. 

Kruger, F. & Evans, R. 2018. A transdisciplinary exploration: Reading peace education and TESOL through multiple literacies theory. TD: The Journal of Transdisciplinary Research, 14(2): a525. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/td.v14i2.525

Kruger, F. & Le Roux, A. 2017. Fabulation as a pedagogical possibility: working towards a politics of affirmation. Education as Change, 21(2), 45-61. 

Kruger, F. 2016. Posthumanism and educational research for sustainable futures. Journal of Education, 65, 77-94. 

Kruger, F. 2015. Experimenting with Nomadic Posthumanism: An alternative approach to conceptualizing education and rural learning ecologies. Alternation: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Art and Humanities in Southern Africa, 16, 329-345. 

Müller, R. & Kruger, F. 2013. Rain and Water Symbolism in Southern African Religious Systems: Continuity and Change. Exchange, 42, 141-154. 

Kruger, F. 2012. The role of TESOL in educating for peace. Journal of Peace Education, 9(1): 17-30. 


Area(s) of Interest

Critical posthumanism, Ecojustice education, Posthumanist pedagogies, Postqualitative inquiry (including arts-based and non-representational inquiry), African history and philosophy, and Critical Peace education.

Courses Presented




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