Professor Mark Hunter’s book wins the Joel Gregory Prize

Professor Mark Hunter’s book Race for Education: Gender, White Tone and Schooling in south Africa wins the Joel Gregory Prize, awarded by the Canadian Association of African Studies.

“Adjudicators note the book makes an exceptional contribution to understanding South African society, particularly its entanglement in the enduring legacies of institutionalized racism. The book expertly engages with discussions on race and class dynamics in South Africa in an insightful way. It is extremely empirically rich and a pleasure to read.”

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