Keith Breckenridge
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Biometric State : The Global Politics of Identification and Surveillance in South Africa, 1850 to the Present
K Breckenridge
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Registration and Recognition: Documenting the Person in World History
K Breckenridge, S Szreter
Oxford University Press, 2012
The allure of violence: Men, race and masculinity on the South African goldmines, 1900–1950
K Breckenridge
Journal of Southern African Studies 24 (4), 669-693, 1998
The biometric state: The promise and peril of digital government in the new South Africa
K Breckenridge
Journal of Southern African Studies 31 (2), 267-282, 2005
Registration and Recognition: the Infrastructure of Personhood in World History
S Szreter, K Breckenridge
Registration and Recognition: Documenting the person in World History, 1 - 38, 2012
Verwoerd's bureau of proof: total information in the making of apartheid
K Breckenridge
History Workshop Journal 59 (1), 83-108, 2005
Love letters and amanuenses: Beginning the cultural history of the working class private sphere in southern Africa, 1900-1933
K Breckenridge
Journal of Southern African Studies 26 (2), 337-348, 2000
The world's first biometric money: Ghana's e-Zwich and the contemporary influence of South African biometrics
K Breckenridge
Africa 80 (4), 642-662, 2010
Migrancy, crime and faction fighting: The role of the Isitshozi in the development of ethnic organisations in the compounds
K Breckenridge
Journal of Southern African Studies 16 (1), 55-78, 1990
The Book of Life: The South African population register and the invention of racial descent, 1950-1980
K Breckenridge
Kronos 40 (1), 225-240, 2014
"We Must Speak for Ourselves": The Rise and Fall of a Public Sphere on the South African Gold Mines, 1920-1931
KD Breckenridge
Comparative Studies in Society and History 40 (1), 71 - 108, 1998
14 No Will to Know: The Rise and Fall of African Civil Registration in Twentieth-Century South Africa
K Breckenridge, S Szreter
Proceedings of the British Academy 182, 357, 2012
The politics of the parallel archive: digital imperialism and the future of record-keeping in the age of digital reproduction
K Breckenridge
Journal of Southern African Studies 40 (3), 499-519, 2014
The Elusive Panopticon: The HANIS Project and the Politics of Standards in South Africa
K Breckenridge
Playing the identity card: surveillance, security and identification in …, 2008
Gandhi's Progressive Disillusionment: Thumbs, Fingers, and the Rejection of Scientific Modernism in Hind Swaraj
K Breckenridge
Public Culture 23 (2), 331-348, 2011
Power without knowledge: Three nineteenth century colonialisms in South Africa
K Breckenridge
Journal of Natal and Zulu History 26 (1), 3-30, 2008
‘Money with dignity’: Migrants, minelords and the cultural politics of the South African Gold Standard Crisis, 1920–33
K Breckenridge
The Journal of African History 36 (2), 271-304, 1995
The failure of the ‘single source of truth about Kenyans’: The NDRS, collateral mysteries and the Safaricom monopoly
K Breckenridge
African Studies 78 (1), 91-111, 2019
Fighting for a white South Africa: White working-class racism and the 1922 Rand Revolt
K Breckenridge
South African Historical Journal 57 (1), 228-243, 2007
Reasons for writing: African working-class letter-writing in early-twentieth-century South Africa
K Breckenridge
Africa’s hidden histories: Everyday literacy and making the self, 143-154, 2006
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