Articles

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Parnell, S., Pieterse, E., TRANSLATIONAL GLOBAL PRAXIS: Rethinking Methods and 
Modes of African Urban Research, International Journal of Urban and Regional 
Research, 40, pp.236-246 
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De Beer, S. & Swart, I., 2014, ‘Towards a fusion of horizons: Thematic contours 
for an urban public theological praxis-agenda in South Africa’, 
HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 70(3) 
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De Gruchy, S., 2003, Theological education and social development: politics, 
preferences and praxis in curriculum design, Missionalia, Vol.31, no.3, 
pp.451-466 
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Haddad, B., 2016,‘Curriculum design intheology and development:Human agency 
and the prophetic role of the church’, HTS Teologiese Studies/
Theological Studies 72(4) 
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Pieterse, E., 2014, ‘Epistemological practices of Southern Urbanism’, paper 
presented at the ACC Academic Seminar, 21 February, viewed 18 April 2014, 
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De Beer, S.F., Smith, R.D. & Manyaka, J., 2017, ‘Trans-disciplinary research on 
religious formations in urban Africa: Towards liberative methodological approaches’, 
HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 73(3) 
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THEOLOGICAL CURRICULUM AND URBAN REALITIES
De Gruchy, S., 2003. Theological education and social development: Politics, 
preferences and praxis in curriculum design. Missionalia: Southern African 
Journal of Mission Studies, 31(3), pp.451-466
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Haddad, B., 2016. Curriculum design in theology and development: Human agency and 
the prophetic role of the church. HTS Theological Studies, 72(4), pp.1-8
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De Beer, S., 2012. Urban South Africa: An opportunity for liberating 
theological education. Missionalia: Southern African Journal of 
Mission Studies, 40(3), pp.251-277
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James, G., 2015. Urban theology endeavours and a theological vision of hope and 
justice for post-apartheid South African cities. Stellenbosch Theological Journal, 
1(2), pp.43-68
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RESEARCH AS FREEDOM
Swartz, S. and Nyamnjoh, A., 2018. Research as freedom: Using a continuum of 
interactive, participatory and emancipatory methods for addressing youth 
marginality. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 74(3), p.11
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THE CHALLENGE OF AFRICAN CITIES 
Pieterse, E., Parnell, S. and Haysom, G., 2018. African dreams: locating urban 
infrastructure in the 2030 sustainable developmental agenda. Area Development 
and Policy, pp.1-21
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Förster, T. and Ammann, C., 2018. African Cities and the Development Conundrum. 
Actors and Agency in the Urban Grey Zone. International Development Policy| 
Revue internationale de politique de développement, 10(10), pp.3-25
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Akanani Magazine, 2018, South African Local Government Association
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Dodman, D., Leck, H., Rusca, M. and Colenbrander, S., 2017. African Urbanisation 
and Urbanism: Implications for risk accumulation and reduction. 
International journal of disaster risk reduction, 26, pp.7-15
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Bloom, D.E. and Khanna, T., 2007. The urban revolution. 
Finance and Development, 44(3), pp.9-14
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Turok, I., 2015. Turning the tide? The emergence of national urban 
policies in Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 33(3), pp.348-369
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How can we transcend slum urbanism in Africa? – Edgar Pieterse, 
University of Cape Town
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Swartz, S. and Nyamnjoh, A., 2018. Research as freedom: Using a continuum of 
interactive, participatory and emancipatory methods for addressing youth marginality. 
HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 74(3), p.11
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World Bank. 2019. World Development Report 2019: The Changing Nature of Work. 
Washington, DC: World Bank. doi:10.1596/978-1-4648-1328-3
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Diagana, I., Chenal, J., & Hasler, S., 2016, Villes africaines : restructuration des 
quartiers précaires [African cities: restructuring precarious neighborhoods], PPUR
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Coursera Course: Villes africaines I: Introduction à la planification urbaine 
[African Cities: Introduction to urban planning] 
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Books

Creswell, J.W., 2007, Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among 
Five Approaches, SAGE, Thousand Oaks, CA 
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