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Like Guinea Pigs We Feed On Hype And Hysteria by Paula Akugizibwe

Posted 03 January 2011 | By | Categories: how body | No Comments

Reading List Dennett, D C 1995, Darwin‘s dangerous idea: evolution and the meanings of life, Allen Lane ABOSA <http://www.whoonga.za.org/index.html>  Hull, J 2010, “Whoonga is the cruelest high” Africa Aljazeera, 22 October <http://blogs.aljazeera.net/africa/2010/10/22/whoonga-cruelest-high> “Durban street drug sweeps township”, 2010, AlJazeeraEnglish, 3 November <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmlI-uZeCZw>, Kaganof, A 2010 “Whoonga for dummies.” Evergreen review, Issue No. 124 Cavalcante, G […]

Out of sight and out of mind In High Care by Mike Abrahams

Posted 03 January 2011 | By | Categories: how body | No Comments

Reading List Duiker, K S 2001, The quiet violence of dreams.  Kwela Books Head, B 1974, A question of power. Heinemann Smith, H M 2005, Factors leading to frequent readmission to Valkenberg Hospital for patients suffering from severe mental illnesses, University of the Western Cape Hook, D, Kiguwa, P, Mkhize N & Collins A (Eds) […]

The Road To Wellville By Achal Prabhala

Posted 03 January 2011 | By | Categories: how body | No Comments

Reading List Jindal NatureCure Institute Website <http://www.jindalnaturecure.org> MFS India, <http://msf.org.za/country/india> “Indian Court Ruling in Novartis Case Protects India as the ‘Pharmacy of the Developing World’,” MFS, New Delhi/Geneva, August 6, 2007 <http://doctorswithoutborders.com/press/release.cfm?id=2096> Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH), Official website <http://indianmedicine.nic.in/> Jindal, S J 1998, Nature Cure: A Way of […]

Bold Faced And Butt Naked: Looking For Answers In The Realm Of Evil by Ryan Lobo

Posted 22 December 2010 | By | Categories: how body | No Comments

Article Brief As a photographer and filmmaker, Ryan Lobo uses his lens to capture humanity and nature at their most open and vulnerable moments. Breaking down stereotypes while reframing the landscape, his photo narratives delve beneath clichés: “Our images are often of the ordinary and the obvious. They reinforce our worldview and our view of […]

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