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Special issue: Contested identities - critical conceptualisations of the human

2021-01-11

The latest issue of ACTA Academica is a guest edited special issue consisting of papers presented at the 3rd annual conference of the South African Society for Critical Theory (SASCT), Durban, 22-23 November 2019. 

This issue is the first of a planned annual collaboration between ACTA Academica and the SASCT. 

 

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Acta Academica is an accredited, open access South African journal dedicated to scholarship in the humanities. The journal publishes independently refereed research articles in the humanities. It promotes the perspectives of critical social theory and engagements with postcolonial and post-developmental debates with special references to (Southern) Africa. The journal is thereby in support of scholarly work that examines how the humanities in the twenty-first century respond to the double imperative of theorising the world and changing it. The journal appears twice a year and is published in English.