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Karin van Marle

South Africa
University of Pretoria
  • 2014 Second Semester
  • 2015 Second Semester

Involved in these STIAS projects

The project focuses on the interdisciplinary possibilities of law to constitute a discourse of transformation for post-apartheid South Africa. It investigates the notion of becoming (in a Deleuzian register)...
This project seeks to open and explore a liminal space for critique between aesthetics and politics. We wish to elaborate and expand the meaning and significance of critique for political and legal discourse....
A critical investigation of post-apartheid life under a transformed legal, political and social order from the perspective of women. Taking the concrete lives of women in the new dispensation as point...

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Book/Book Chapter

Karin van Marle. 2008. Haunting (in)equalities. In “Rethinking equality projects in law: Feminist perspectives”. R Hunter (ed). London: Hart

Journal Article

Karin van Marle. 2009. Vryheid van spraak en die ‘etiese aktiwiteit van denke’. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe

Book/Book Chapter

Karin van Marle (editor). 2009. Refusal, Transition and Post-Apartheid Law. SUN MeDIA. 163 pp. ISBN: 978-1-920-338-08-4

Book/Book Chapter

Genres of Critique: Law, Aesthetics and Liminality
Karin van Marle and Stewart Motha (Editors)

SUN PRESS (2014, 168 pp) ISBN: 978-1-920689-02-5

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