Dr Anel Marais BA (Law); LL.B; LL.M (cum laude); LL.D (Jurisprudence) – University of Johannesburg

Dr Anel Marais

Lecturer

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Research

Anèl's research interests lie in legal theory and more particularly in gender theory within the law, law and language, semiotics and ethics.

Publications

2016

Marais, A. 2016 (In press). Memory and counter-memory: Reflections on the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa. In C. de Gamboa., B. von Roermund. (eds) Restoration as Remembrance: Reflective Voices from Latin America, Southern Africa and the Middle East. Intersentia Cadair

2015

Marais, A. 2015. In Conversation with the harmonious wordsmith. In J. de Ville. (ed) Memory and Meaning: Lourens du Plessis and the haunting of justice. Elsevier pp. 25. Cadair

2012

Boshoff, A. 2012. Law and its rhetoric of violence. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 26 (2) pp. 425-437. 10.1007/s11196-012-9277-6 Cadair

Boshoff, A. 2012. Archive fever: 'order is no longer assured'. South African Journal of Philosophy 31 (4) pp. 632-645. Cadair

Boshoff, A. 2012. A feminist struggle for non-violence. Cambrian Law Review 43 pp. 5-27. Cadair

2010

Boshoff, A. 2010. 'A marriage by any other name...': On the Responsibility of Naming. In C. Lind., H. Keating., J. Bridgeman. (eds) Taking Responsibility, Law and the Changing Family. Taylor & Francis pp. 135-148. Cadair

2008

Boshoff, A. 2008. Woman as the subject of (family) law. In R. Hunter., S. Cowan. (eds) Choice and Consent. pp. 41-57. Cadair