Category: Lesedi Field Notes
lesedi #15 – January 2013
In this issue we focus on Water Policies and Practices in Southern Africa. Maud Orne-Gliemann looks at “A Participatory Water Management? The South African Policy of Local Water Management” and Agathe Maupin investigates a “Regional Approach for Water Policies in Southern Africa. > Read the English version > Lire la...
Lesedi #14 – July 2012
Michel Lafon asks the question “Is education bringing the long due Africanisation of Mozambique?” while William Kelleher presents “A case study of out-of-school language practice with implications for language teaching and policy”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #13 – December 2011
In this issue focussing on political issues, Victor Magnani looks at “Beyond Racial Dynamics in the South African Political Space, The Constrained Ambition of the Democratic Alliance”, Raphaël Botiveau looks at “The ANCYL after the Midrand Conference: Towards Political Change in the ANC?” and Judith Hayem looks at “Daveyton’s post-Apartheid...
Lesedi #12 – March 2011
Yolanda Sadie investigates “The perceptions of students on democracy and issues of governance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo” and Marie Jacobs looks at “South African public schools: understanding student’s school experience from the notion of school community”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #11 – July 2010
In this issue Lydie Cabane looks at “Dealing with Xenophobic violence in South Africa: anti-politics machine?”, while Karine Ginisty has “A geographical perspective on Amartya Sen’s ‘The Idea of Justice'”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #10 – November 2009
Mathieu Mérino looks at “Party System and Elections in Malawi. First Analysis of the May 2009 poll”, while Maya Leclercq investigates “Rooibos. Therapeutic infusion or national heritage?”, and Jean-Loïc le Quellec responds with “Revisiting the Image of ‘Bushmen Tea'”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #9 – July 2009
In this issue, Lorraine Roubertie looks again at Jazz in South Africa: “Jazz comes from Cape Town? Jazz in South Africa since 1994: The Example of the Western Cape”, while Marianne Morange looks at CIDs and Spatial Justice in South African City Centres. Landmarks for Research within the Framework of...
Lesedi #8 – April 2008
In this issue Lorraine Roubertie presents “Jazz in South Africa after 1994: Heritage and Transformations” and Thomas Guignard looks at “South African and the Internet”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #7 – October 2007
In this issue, we present APORDE, the African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics, and Pele le Pele, programme on the “Development and Modernisation of African Languages”. > Read the English version > Lire la version française
Lesedi #6 – January 2007
This issue gives a place of honour to History and Archaeology during the second semester of 2006. > Read the English version > Lire la version française