In this Issue
- Number 81/82, 2013
- Special Issue: Capitalism of a special type? South African capitalism before and after 1994
Founded in 1986, Transformation is an established journal serving as a forum for analysis and debate about South and southern African societies in transition. The journal provides an exchange of theory and practice between academics, researchers, and practitioners. Recently, Transformation has shifted its primary focus from economic and development studies toward a wider range of areas relevant to understanding transitions in the region, such as art and literature, policing, and land affairs, and to providing more internationally comparative material while retaining a commitment to the southern African region.
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Richard Ballard, Bill Freund, Gerhard Maré, Lindy Stiebel, Imraan Valodia (University of KwaZulu-Natal), John Daniel (School of International Training, Durban), Vishnu Padayachee (Rhodes University).
Keith Breckenridge (University of the Witwatersrand), Shirley Brooks (University of the Western Cape), Sharad Chari (University of the Witwatersrand), Adam Habib (University of Johannesburg), David Kaplan, Mike Morris, Deborah Posel, Mary Simons (University of Cape Town).
International Associate Editors
Henry Bernstein (retired), Colin Bundy (Oxford University), Gillian Hart (University of California), Mahmood Mamdani (Makerere and Columbia University), Martin Murray (University of Michigan), Dan O'Meara (Université du Québec à Montréal), Terence Ranger (retired), John Saul (retired), Elling N Tjønneland (Christian Michelsen Institute, Norway), Gavin Williams (Oxford University), Elke Zuern (Sarah Lawrence College).
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