Vol 2 (2009)

Welcome to the second volume of Gateways, which is a special issue edited by Martin Hall, Judy Favish, Janice McMillan and Sonwabo Ngcelwane. The volume looks at the various ways social responsiveness is being addressed at the University of Cape Town.

Table of Contents

Research articles (Refereed)

Transgressive Partnerships: Community engagement in a South African university PDF
Martin Hall 1-17
Understanding Social Responsiveness: Portraits of practice at the University of Cape Town PDF
Judith Favish, Sonwabo Ngcelwane 18-38
Through an activity theory lens: Conceptualizing service learning as 'boundary work' PDF
Janice McMillan 39-60
Health and Human Rights: New challenges for social responsiveness PDF
Leslie London, Marion Heap, Laurel Baldwin-Ragaven 61-81
The Cell-Life Project: Converging technologies in the context of HIV/AIDS PDF
Ulrike Rivett, Jonathan Tapson 82-97
Crafting Disaster Risk Science: Environmental and geographical science sans frontières PDF
Ailsa Holloway 98-118
An Evolving Partnership: Collaboration between university 'experts' and net-fishers PDF () PDF
Merle Sowman 119-143
Building Bridges: Linking universities with the manufacturing industry PDF
Robert Knutsen, Charlene Steyn, Martin Nicol 144-159

Practice-based articles (Non-refereed)

The Role of Public Universities: Examining one university's response to xenophobia PDF
Judith Favish 160-177
A Second Chance: The University of Cape Town's Diploma in Education PDF
June Saldanha 178-190