FaSRU Publications

1.Button, Kirsty. South Africa’s system of dispute resolution forms: The role of the family and the state in customary marriage dissolution. CSSR Working Paper No. 339, July 2014

2. Daniels, Nicole (2015)  You couldn’t ask for more really”: A relational perspective of doing and un-doing jointness using individual alongside couple interviews of home birth. CSSR Working Paper No. 354, March 2015

3.Moore, Elena. Forms of Femininity at the End of a Customary Marriage. CSSR Working Paper No. 348. December 2014

4.Moore, Elena and Himonga, Chuma. Divisio n of Marital Property upon the Dissolution of a Customary Marriage in a Legal Pluralist State: A View from Inside and Outside the Courts. CSSR Working Paper No.350. January 2015

5. Daniels, Nicole. Choosing Care: Negotiating and reconciling interference in narratives of home births. CSSR Working Paper No. 340, July 2014

6.Moore, E (2016) Delaying Divorce: Pitfalls of Restrictive Divorce Requirements. Journal of Family Vol. 37(16) 2265–2293

7.Moore, E (2015) Forms of Femininity at the End of a Customary Marriage. Gender & Society. 29 (6) 817-840.

8. Seekings, J. & Moore, E. (2014) ‘Kinship, market and state in the provision of care in South Africa. In: Soziale Welt Sonderband 20, Nomos: Baden-Baden. pp. 435—451

9. Himonga, C and Moore, E. (2015) Reform of Customary Marriage, Divorce and Succession in South Africa: Living Customary Law and Social Realities. Cape Town, Juta. (https://jutalaw.co.za/products/reform-of-customary-marriage-divorce-and-succession-in-south-africa)

10.Button, K. Moore, E. Himonga, C (2016) South Africa’s system of dispute resolution forums: The role of the family and the state in customary marriage dissolution. Journal of Southern African Studies.42 (2)

11. Stulgaitis, M (2015) A Transnational Family-friendly State? The position of transnational families in the context of South African law and society. CSSR Working Paper No. 367, January 2015

Theses:

  • Nicole Daniels (2013-2015) Birthing relational selves: investigating the interactions and networks of relationship in home birth. Research Masters in Sociology, University of Cape Town
  • Sarah Badat, (2013-2016) How do South African Indian Muslim families negotiate intergenerational changes in religious practices? Masters in Sociology.  University of Cape Town
  • Kirsty Button, (2014-2016) Unemployment in Low-Income, African Female headed Households in Cape Town: household economies, survival strategies and support systems. Masters in Sociology.  University of Cape Town