1. World-class photography, born under the roof of apartheid | Article
  2. Visualizing the Realm of a Rain-Queen by Patricia Davison and George Mahashe | Article
  3. Visualizing the Realm of a Rain-Queen by Patricia Davidson and George Mahashe | Article
  4. Utopia as a perspective by Miki Kurisu | Article
  5. Unfixed: Photography and Decolonial Imagination in West Africa by Jennifer Bajorek | Article
  6. Shades of Empire: Police Photography in German South-West Africa by Lorena Rizzo | Article
  7. Seeing and Being Seen: Politics, Art and The Everyday in Omar Badsha's Durban Photography, 1960s - 1980s | Journal
  8. Rise and Fall of Apartheid - Photography and Bureaucracy in Everyday Life by Okwui Enwezor and Rory Bester | Catalogue
  9. Print Matters: History of Photography in Illustrated Magazines by Andres Zervigon | Article
  10. Photography and African Futures by Richard Vokes and Darren Newbury | Article
  11. Photographs as Sources in African History by Robert Gordon and Jonatan Kurzwelly | Article
  12. Photographs as Sources in African History by Robert Gordon and Jonatan Kurzwelly | Article
  13. Minna Keene: a neglected pioneer by Malcolm Corrigall | Theses and Dissertations
  14. Men are interesting too: Photography, crisis and the masculine by Stella Viljoen | Article
  15. Introduction: Visual Genders by Patricia Hayes | Article
  16. Introduction: Relocating the African Photographic Archive by Christopher Morton and Darren Newbury | Article
  17. Global Photographies. History - Memory - Archives, edited by Stefanie Michels/Sissy Helff | Online book
  18. Colonial specimen/neocolonial chic by Annemi Conradie | Article
  19. Back in the Days and into the Future: Diaspora Aesthetics in the Photography of Jamel Shabazz by Noelle Theard | Theses and Dissertations
  20. Afrapix - Social Documentary Photography in 1980s South Africa by Amy McConaghy | Theses and Dissertations