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136. 35. The highly publicized confrontations that involved figures such as Charles van Onselen, William Makgoba, Dennis Davis and Barney Pityana, in 1996 are fascinating in their implications for the production of knowledge and intellectual life in the current South African racial conditions. Issues of substance in these exchanges were unfortunately side-lined by petty power politics and a gene rally dismissive attitude towards deviations from wh at passes for respectable academic concerns. More recent exchanges over issues of Africanization in tertiary institutions, and a series of meetings and discussions over issues of race, power and knowledge, indicate more substantive engagement with such concerns, the fruits of wh ich will hopefully emerge soon.
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Comparative Perspectives on South Africa by Ran Greenstein (eds.)