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Kumalo, Sibongiseni (2005) The rural-urban interface : the ambiguous nature of informal settlements, with special reference to the Daggafontein settlement in Gauteng. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Whisson, M.G. (1979) World views, joking and liberated women - some reflections on the application of kinship theory. In: Inaugural Lecture delivered at Rhodes University, 21 March 1979, Grahamstown.

McAllister, P.A. (1985) Beasts to beer pots - migrant labour and ritual change in Willowvale district, Transkei. African Studies, 44 (2). pp. 121-135. ISSN 0002-0184

Palmer, R.C.G. and Timmermans, H. and Fay, D., eds. (2002) From conflict to negotiation: nature-based development on the South African Wild Coast. Special edition. HSRC, Pretoria, South Africa. ISBN 0-7969-1992-5

Erstad, I. (2007) The resurgence of tuberculosis in South Africa: an investigation into socio-economic aspects of the disease in a context of structural violence in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Hammond-Tooke, W.D. (1964) Chieftainship in Transkeian political development. Journal of Modern African Studies, 2 (4). pp. 513-529. ISSN 0022-278X

Ndlovu, Ndukuyakhe (2005) Incorporating indigenous management in rock art sites in KwaZulu-Natal. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Palmer, R.C.G. (2009) Challenges for South African anthropology in the 3rd Millennium. In: Inaugural lecture , 7th October 2009, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. (Unpublished)

Barbali, S. C. (2009) Coping with xenophobia : Senegalese migrants in Port Elizabeth. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Bain, Pauline (2004) Jah children : the experience of Rastafari children in South Africa as members of a minority group with particular reference to communities in the former Cape Province. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Brown, Brenda (1996) Where are the men?: an investigation into female-headed households in Rini, with reference to household structures, the dynamics of gender and strategies against poverty. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Cocks, Michelle Linda (1997) Towards an understanding of Amayeza esiXhosa stores (African chemists) : how they operate, and the services they offer in the Eastern Cape. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Deliwe, Dumisani (1993) Responses to Western education among the conservative people of Transkei. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Fourie, Clarissa Dorothy (1993) A new approach to the Zulu land tenure system: an historical anthropological explanation of the development of an informal settlement. PhD thesis, Rhodes University.

Holbrook, Gregory Martin (1993) The structure of an irrigation scheme. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Lebeau, Debie (2000) Seeking health : the hierarchy of resort in utilisation patterns of traditional and western medicine in multi-cultural Katutura, Namibia. PhD thesis, Rhodes University.

Liebenberg, Alida (1994) Authority, avoidances and marriage : an analysis of the position of Gcaleka women in Qwaninga, Willowvale district, Transkei. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Manona, Cecil Wele (1988) The drift from the farms to town : a case study of migration from white-owned farms in the Eastern Cape to Grahamstown. PhD thesis, Rhodes University.

Merron, James Lawrence (2011) Wattle we do? : alien eradication and the 'ecology of fear' on the fringes of a world heritage site, South Africa. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Owen, Joy N. (2012) "On se Débrouille" : Congolese migrants' search for survival and success in Muizenberg, Cape Town. PhD thesis, Rhodes University.

Von Lengeling, Volkher Heinrich Christoph (2011) The nexilitas factor : host-guest relationships in small owner managed commercial accommodation facilities in contemporary South Africa. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

Webb, Nigel Leigh (1997) Ùrban agriculture' : advocacy and practice : a discursive study with particular reference to three Eastern Cape centres. PhD thesis, Rhodes University.

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