Appadurai, Arjun, “The Colonial Backdrop,” Afterimage (March/April 1997), 4–7.
Banks, Marcus, and Vokes, Richard, “Introduction: Anthropology, Photography and the Archive,” History and Anthropology 21–4 (2010), 337–349.
Bratu-Hansen, Miriam, “Benjamin’s Aura,” Critical Inquiry 34 (2008), 336–375.
Breckenridge, Keith, “Verwoerd’s Bureau of Proof: Total Information in the Making of Apartheid,” History Workshop Journal 59 (2005), 83–108.
Brooks, Pamela E., Boycotts, Buses, and Passes. Black Women’s Resistance in the US South and South Africa (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008).
Buckley, Liam M., “Cine-film, Film-strips and the Devolution of Colonial Photography in The Gambia,” History of Photography 34–2 (2010), 147–157.
Cole, Simon A., Suspect Identities. A History of Fingerprinting and Criminal Identification (Cambridge MA/London: Harvard University Press, 2002).
Edwards, Elisabeth, Raw Histories. Photography, Anthropology, Museums (Oxford/New York: Berg, 2001).
Elo, Mika, “Walter Benjamin on Photography: Towards Elemental Politics,” Transformations 15 (2007), n.p.
Ernst, Wolfgang, Digital Memory and the Archive (Minneapolis/London: University of Minnesota Press, 2012).
Fugard, Athol, Township Plays (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000).
Gandhi, Leela, Postcolonial Theory. A Critical Introduction (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998).
Goodrich, Peter, “The Theatre of Emblems: On the Optical Apparatus and the Investiture of Persons,” Law, Culture and The Humanities 8–1 (2012), 47–67.
Hayes, Patricia, “Power, Secrecy, Proximity: A Short History of South African Photography,” Kronos 33 (2007), 139–162.
Jacobs, Sean, 2007.
Legassick, Martin, The Struggle for the Eastern Cape 1800–1854. Subjugation and the Roots of South African Democracy ( Johannesburg: KMM Review Publishing, 2010).
Pinney, Christopher, The Coming of Photography in India (London: The British Library, 2008).
Pinney, Christopher, Photography and Anthropology (London: Reaktion Books, 2011).
Poole, Deborah, Vision, Race, Modernity: A Visual Economy of the Andean Image World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997).
Posel, Deborah, Influx Control and the Construction of Apartheid (Oxford: University of Oxford Press, 1987).
Rizzo, Lorena, “Visual Aperture. Bureaucratic Systems of Identification, Photography and Personhood in Colonial Southern Africa,” History of Photography 37–3 (2013), 263–282.
Saint, Lily, “Reading Subjects: Passbooks, Literature and Apartheid,” Social Dynamics 38–1 (2012), 117–133.
Sher, Mark, “From Dompas to Disc: the Legal Control of Migrant Labour,” in: Davis, Dennis and Slabbert, Mana (eds.), Crime and Power in South Africa: Critical Studies in Criminology (Cape Town: David Philip, 1985), 72–89.
Stoler, Ann L., “‘In Cold Blood:’ Hierarchies of Credibility and the Politics of Colonial Narratives,” Representations 37 (1992), 151–189.
Stoler, Ann L, Along the Archival Grain. Epistemic Anxieties and Colonial Common Sense (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009).
Trouillot, Michel R., Silencing the Past: Power and the Production of History (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995).
Vokes, Richard, Photography in Africa: Ethnographic Perspectives (Woodbridge/Suffolk/London: James Currey, 2012).
Wells, Julia C., We Now Demand: The History of Women’s Resistance to Pass Laws in South Africa (Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 1994).
White, Hayden, The Content of the Form: Narrative Discourse and Historical Representation (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987).
Wu, Cynthia, “Review of Tina Chen, Double Agency: Acts of Impersonation in Asian and American Literature and Culture,” Journal of Asian American Studies 9–2 (2006), 209–212.
Yudelman, David, and Jeeves, Alan, “New Labour Frontiers for Old: Black Migrants to the South African Gold Mines, 1920–85,” Journal of Southern African Studies 13–1 (1986), 101–124.