Development planning for the Adam Tas Corridor in Stellenbosch has been undertaken by a multidisciplinary group, including local and provincial planning authorities, urban developers, transport specialists...
Female business ownership is economically important in developing countries, for instance because female-owned micro- and small enterprises can have a more significant impact than male-owned MSEs on employment...
This project aims to consolidate and develop a national Performing Arts Health network led by Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria for interdisciplinary scholarly activity in the field...
Mingling together historical record, myth and fiction, my aim is to write a play taking place in Mogadishu during the struggle for independence from Italy soon after the Second World War. Particularly,...
Throughout history, the power of music to enhance productivity at work has been exploited. In less technologically advanced societies, group singing (performed principally to serve as reference points...
The beauty of BTK inhibitors is that they impair tumor development by blocking normal, unmutated BTK, causing many lymphoid tumors to be sensitive, as we have reviewed. Thus, for each tumor type a majority...
American philanthropy, notably the Rockefeller Foundation (RF), played an important role in the internalization of research in Europe after the First World War. This project investigates the contribution...
The modern society is reliant on digital communication, at present experiencing an immense expansion, but the communication should also be secure. Based on global needs, there have been significant efforts...
The Small Ocean Project explores how a historical focus on the intimate and ‘everyday’ lives of mobile subjects, within their simultaneously cosmopolitan and parochial worlds and intimate networks...
The clustering of economic activity has brought economic benefits in the past – London for finance, Hollywood for film, San Francisco for tech. Does Stellenbosch have an innovation district? Stellenbosch...
Partly prompted by and responding to the effects of Covid-19, our project takes a long-shot view of text, contagion, and ideas of the rights-bearing human over time. We focalise contagion not only for...
Grounded in linguistic anthropology, the primary objective of this project is to provide a nuanced ethnographic account of how the sociocultural ambiguity of English as an academic lingua franca is one...