oa Alternation - Un\thinking white mythologies

Volume 6, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1023-1757



The nineteenth century formation, institutionalisation and professionalisation of modernism's disciplines and organisations have become an object of embarrassment and a source of discontent. From various perspectives and societal sectors, this is the case with the university system as such. With the rise of the polytechnic and technikon-mainly due to their links with market related forces, sectorally focused skills development and promises of employment-the university and its disciplines have to honestly confront the challenges the current juncture in South African tertiary education transformation poses. But, there is a more pressing reason.

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