African Historical Review articles

Volume 48 (1)

Selling apartheid: South Africa‘s global propaganda war
vol. 48 (1): 169-173
Land, chiefs, mining: South Africa's North West Province since 1840
vol. 48 (1): 174-177
Land, chiefs, mining: South Africa's North West Province since 1840
vol. 48 (1): 174-177
The walking Qur'an: islamic education, embodied knowledge, and history in West Africa
vol. 48 (1): 178-181
The walking Qur'an: islamic education, embodied knowledge, and history in West Africa
vol. 48 (1): 178-181
Die Dorslandtrek, 1874–1881
vol. 48 (1): 182-184
Die Dorslandtrek, 1874–1881
vol. 48 (1): 182-184

Volume 47 (2)

The impossible concept: Settler liberalism, Pan-Africanism, and the language of non-racialism
vol. 47 (2): 1-36
Mothering the ‘nation’: The public life of isie ‘Ouma’ Smuts, 1899-1945
vol. 47 (2): 37-57
‘We have finished them’: Ritual killing and war-doctoring in Kwazulu-Natal during the 1980s and 1990s
vol. 47 (2): 58-84
The migratory dimension of Scottish Presbyterianism in Southern Africa
vol. 47 (2): 85-114
History made human: Confronting the unpalatable past through biographical writing in post- apartheid South Africa
vol. 47 (2): 115-131
The following piece is based on an interview, conducted by Arianna Lissoni, with author Sylvia Neame on the occasion of the launch of her book, The Congress Movement: The Unfolding of the Congress Alliance, 1912–1961, vols 1-3 (Cape Town, HSRC Press, 2015
vol. 47 (2): 132-152
Developing Africa: Concepts and practices in twentieth-century colonialism
vol. 47 (2): 153-155
The hidden thread: Russia and South Africa in the Soviet era
vol. 47 (2): 156-160
Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto: A history of medical care 1941-1990
vol. 47 (2): 161-164
South Africa: Inventing the nation
vol. 47 (2): 165-167
Remaking the ANC: Party change in South Africa and the Global South
vol. 47 (2): 168-170
The South Africa Reader: History, culture, politics
vol. 47 (2): 171-172
Winelands, wealth and work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch
vol. 47 (2): 173-175
Armed and dangerous: From undercover struggle to freedom
vol. 47 (2): 176-179
A long way home: Migrant worker worlds, 1800-2014
vol. 47 (2): 180-182

Volume 47 (1)

A Respectable Age
vol. 47 (1): 1-15
‘A Bad Lot’: Local Politics and the Survey of Oxkraal and Kamastone, 1853-1923
vol. 47 (1): 16-47
Re-thinking agricultural development in South Africa: Black commercial farmers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
vol. 47 (1): 48-75
Establishing insurance markets in settler economies. a comparison of Australian and South Africa insurance markets, 1820-1910
vol. 47 (1): 76-105
Theophilus Shepstone and the Forging of Natal: African Autonomy and Settler Colonialism in the Making of Traditional Authority
vol. 47 (1): 106-109
A School of Struggle: Durban's Medical School and the Education of Black Doctors in South Africa
vol. 47 (1): 110-113
Mission Station Christianity: Norwegian Missionaries in Colonial Natal and Zululand, Southern Africa 1850-1890
vol. 47 (1): 114-117
The Hidden Thread: Russia and South Africa in the Soviet Era
vol. 47 (1): 118-120
A World of Their Own: A History of South African Women's Education
vol. 47 (1): 121-124
Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Life in an In-between City
vol. 47 (1): 125-127
The Wind of Change. Harold Macmillan and British Decolonization
vol. 47 (1): 128-131
Forged in Battle: The Birth and Growth of 32 Battalion from Former Enemies and Terrorists into Decorated Soldiers
vol. 47 (1): 132-134

Volume 46 (2)

The Independence of Rhodesia in Salazar's Strategy for Southern Africa
vol. 46 (2): 1-24
The Independence of Rhodesia in Salazar's Strategy for Southern Africa
vol. 46 (2): 1-24
‘The Rebellion From Below’ and the Origins of Early Zionist Christianity
vol. 46 (2): 25-47
‘The Rebellion From Below’ and the Origins of Early Zionist Christianity
vol. 46 (2): 25-47
The Stag of the Eastern Cape: Power, Status and Kudu Hunting in the Albany and Fort Beaufort Districts, 1890 to 1905
vol. 46 (2): 48-76
The Stag of the Eastern Cape: Power, Status and Kudu Hunting in the Albany and Fort Beaufort Districts, 1890 to 1905
vol. 46 (2): 48-76