‘Consuming Africa: safari aesthetics in the Johannesburg beauty industry‘. Consumption, Markets and Culture. Published online 11 June 2021
‘Expat anxieties: Risk and safety in Cape Town, South Africa and Santiago de Chile‘. European Journal of Cultural Studies. Published online 2 June 2021
With Callan Dunn. ‘You’ve Got to Be Real: Authenticity, Performativity and Micro-Celebrity in South Africa‘. Frontiers in Sociology. Published online 7 May 2021
‘On Moral Panic: Some Directions for Further Development’. Critical Sociology, 46.2 (2020)
With Candy Sithole. ‘Mother, cousins, sisters, friends: Black South African relations in Date My Family.’ Journal of Critical Diversity Studies. 2.2 (2019).
‘The Exhibited Corpse: Spectacle and Display in Body Worlds Johannesburg’. Critical Arts 32:5-6 (2018)
‘Sex and the Devil: Homosexuality, Satanism and Moral Panic in Late Apartheid South Africa’. Men and Masculinities. Published online 27 May 2018
“The Devil Destroyed Us”: Satanism and Gender Violence in Contemporary South Africa’. Journal of Feminist Media Studies 17.3 (2017)
‘ENG/AFR: White Men in Two Contemporary South African Films’. Critical Arts 30.1 (2016)
‘Out the Back: Race and Reinvention in Johannesburg’s Garden Cottages’. International Journal of Cultural Studies 19.6 (2016)
‘A “Bloody Epidemic”: Whiteness and Family Murder in Late Apartheid South Africa’. Safundi 14.3 (2013)
‘Heroes with a Half Life: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and America’s Repression of Radiophobia after Chernobyl’. Journal of Popular Culture 46.5 (2013)
‘“Satan Has Come to Rietfontein”: Race in South Africa’s Satanic Panic’. Journal of Southern African Studies 38.4 (2012)
‘The Father, the Failure and the Self-Made Man: Masculinity in Mad Men’. Critical Quarterly 54.3 (2012)
‘Apartheid’s Demons: Satanism and Moral Panic in South Africa’. Hagar: Studies in Culture, Politics and Identity 9.2 (2010)
‘Hard Bodies and Sidelong Looks: Spectacle and Fetish in 1980s Action Cinema’. Excursions 1.1 (2010)
‘Morality, Anxiety and Meaning in the Media’. In Sarah Chiumbu & Mehita Iqani (eds), Media Studies: Critical African and Decolonial Approaches. (Johannesburg: Oxford University Press Southern Africa, 2020)
‘Patriarchy and Power in the South African News: Competing coverage of the case of Anene Booysen’. In Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner & Stuart Allan (eds), Journalism, Gender and Power. (London: Routledge. 2019)
‘Satanism and Moral Panic in South Africa’. In Egil Asprem, Asbjørn Dyrendal and David Robertson (eds), Handbook of Conspiracy Theory and Contemporary Religion. (Netherlands: Brill, 2018)
With Mehita Iqani. ‘Race, Privilege and the Personal: Pedagogical Encounters in the Post-Apartheid Media Studies Classroom’. In Ruksana Osman and David Hornsby (eds), Transforming Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (London: Palgrave, 2017)
‘Godard’s Women’ in Laura Mulvey & Colin MacCabe (eds), Godard’s Contempt: New Essays (London: Wiley, 2012)
‘Arnie at the Gates: Race, Barbarity and Star Persona in Conan’ in Jonas Prida (ed), Conan Meets the Academy: Multidisciplinary Essays on the Enduring Barbarian (Carolina: McFarland, 2012)
‘“I’ll Be Black”: Race and Technophobia in 1980s Action Cinema’ in Celestino Deleyto & María del Mar Azcona (eds), Generic Attractions: New Essays in Film Genre Criticism (Paris: Michel Houdiard Éditeur 2010).
COMMENTS AND REVIEWS
Review of Alana Lentin, Why Race Still Matters. International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 3.1 (2020).
Review of Jean Comaroff & John L. Comaroff, The Truth About Crime. Journal of Southern African Studies 44.3 (2017).
‘Smooth Dudes and Fucked Up Kids: Black Masculinity in Two Contemporary South African Films’. Comment, Journal of Feminist Media Studies 16.1 (2016).
Review of Shalini Shankar, Advertising Diversity: Ad Agencies and the Creation of Asian American Consumers. Ethnic and Racial Studies 40.3 (2016).
Review of Jemima Pierre, The Predicament of Blackness: Race in Postcolonial Ghana. Africa, 86.3 (2016).
Review of Isak Niehaus, Witchcraft and a Life in the New South Africa. Safundi, 15.1 (2014).
Review of Jonathan Markovitz, Racial Spectacles: Explorations in Media, Race and Justice. Ethnic and Racial Studies 36.7 (2013).