List of publications from DSA over the past five years

Wahl, W.P. 2016. ‘Towards establishing residential colleges at the University of the Free State’. In: Burt, T and Evans, M. (eds). The Collegiate Way: studies in collegiate models of university life and education. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Educational Publishers. 33-44.

Githaiga, J.N., Gobodo-Madikizela, P. & Wahl, W.P. 2018. They dug up wounds: University of the Free State students' experiences of transformation and integration in campus residences, Race Ethnicity and Education, 21(6): 773-790.

Mockie, A., Muller, M., Kruger, F. & Dick, L. 2018. Transformative Pedagogy as Academic Performance: #ShimlaPark as a Plane of Immanence, Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, 19(2): 84-90.

Wahl, W.P. & Pelser, R. (eds). 2020. Leadership for Change: Developing transformational student leaders through global learning spaces. Cape Town, South Africa: AOSIS.

Mockie, A. & Müller, M. 2020. ‘Portraits of social justice: The role of the arts in raising critical consciousness in higher education’. In: Crul, M., Dick, L., Ghorashi, H. & Valenzuela Jr, A. (eds). On Higher Education Transformation. Scholarly Engagement and Decolonisation: Views from South Africa, The Netherlands and the United States. Stellenbosch, South Africa: African Sun Media.

Janeke, B. Online work readiness programme: ready, set, go!, Journal of Student Affairs in Africa. (to be published in April 2021).

Holtzhausen, S.M., & Wahl, W.P. n.d. Mapping African Student Affairs Research During the Past Interlude (2008-2019) through Bronfenbrenner’s Lens. Journal of Student Affairs in Africa. (accepted, but not published to date).

Maseko, N.P. & Stützner, S. 2020. Finding Common Ground towards Progressive Transformation in Student Residence Spaces: Residence Committee Members as Bricoleuric Brokers, Journal of Student Affairs in Africa, 8(1): 79-91.

Nwosu, K.C., Wahl, W.P., Cassim, H., Okwuduba, E.N. & Nnaemeka, G.U. 2020. Teaching Children with Special Needs in Nigerian Regular Classes: Impact of Gender, Marital Status, Experience, and Speciality, International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 19(12): 86-105.


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