South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 65 (4)

Negotiating the ‘(Ab)normality’ of (Anti-)Apartheid: Transnational Relations within a Dutch-South African Family
vol. 65 (4): 526-554
‘The Black Peril would not exist if it were not for a White Peril that is a hundred times greater’: D.F. Malan's Fluidity on Poor Whiteism and Race in the Pre-Apartheid Era, 1912–1939
vol. 65 (4): 555-576
‘Dr No’: A.P. Treurnicht and the Ultra-Conservative Quest to Maintain Afrikaner Supremacy, 1982–1993
vol. 65 (4): 577-595
Untold History with a Historiography: A Review of Scholarship on Afrikaner Women in South African History
vol. 65 (4): 596-617
Dictionaries and Discourses of Deviance: Changing Lexical Representations of ‘Moffie’ and the Reorganisation of Sexual Categories among Afrikaans Speakers during the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
vol. 65 (4): 618-637
Interview with Elizabeth van Heyningen: On Writing The Concentration Camps of the Anglo-Boer War: A Social History Cape Town, 20 May 2013
vol. 65 (4): 638-649
The Inner Circle: Reflections on the Last Days of White Rule
vol. 65 (4): 650-652
One Hundred Years of the ANC: Debating Liberation Histories Today
vol. 65 (4): 653-655
Lover of his people: a biography of Sol Plaatje
vol. 65 (4): 655-658
Becoming UWC: Reflections, Pathways and Unmaking Apartheid's Legacy
vol. 65 (4): 658-660
Prickly Pear: The Social History of a Plant in the Eastern Cape
vol. 65 (4): 660-662
Mad Dogs and Meerkats: A History of Resurgent Rabies in Southern Africa
vol. 65 (4): 662-663
Trans-Saharan Africa in World History
vol. 65 (4): 664-666
The Anatomy of a South African Genocide: The Extermination of the Cape San Peoples
vol. 65 (4): 666-670
The Anatomy of a South African Genocide: The Extermination of the Cape San Peoples
vol. 65 (4): 670-672

Volume 65 (3)

Carl Mauch and Some Karanga Chiefs Around Great Zimbabwe 1871–1872: Re-Considering the Evidence
vol. 65 (3): 337-364
Resonances of Youth and Tensions of Race: Liberal Student Politics, White Radicals and Black Consciousness, 1968–1973
vol. 65 (3): 365-382
Bra Soks: An Inside Story of the Rise of the National Union of Mineworkers at Vaal Reefs Gold Mine
vol. 65 (3): 383-402
Bantustan Education History: The ‘Progressivism’ of Bophutatswana's Primary Education Upgrade Programme (PEUP), 1979–1988
vol. 65 (3): 403-420
Memorialising David Webster
vol. 65 (3): 421-443
Identity and Discourse: Te Pipiwharauroa and the South African War, 1899–1902
vol. 65 (3): 444-462
From the Bottom and from the Top: Imperial Britain's Last War in South Africa, 1899–1902
vol. 65 (3): 463-473
Contesting Caprivi: A History of Colonial Isolation and Regional Nationalism in Namibia
vol. 65 (3): 474-477
Knowing Global Environments: New Historical Perspectives on the Field Sciences
vol. 65 (3): 477-480

Volume 65 (2)

Township Histories, Insurrection and Liberation in Late Apartheid South Africa
vol. 65 (2): 167-198
The State and its Failure to Transform African Crop Production in Botswana, 1930–1939
vol. 65 (2): 199-221
Colonel Coetzee's War: Loyalty, Subversion and the South African Police, 1939–1945
vol. 65 (2): 222-248
‘The tick was not slow to take advantage’: Conflicts in the Struggle Against East Coast Fever in Southern Rhodesia (1901–1920)
vol. 65 (2): 249-270
‘Friend of the Native?’: James Sivewright and the Cape Liberal Tradition
vol. 65 (2): 271-292
More Than Just a Public Execution: Martial Law, Crime and the Nature of Colonial Power in British Kaffraria
vol. 65 (2): 293-316
W.M. Macmillan: The Wits Years and Resignation, 1917–1933
vol. 65 (2): 317-331
A Heart for the Work: Journeys through an African Medical School
vol. 65 (2): 332-334
Eight Days in September: The Removal of Thabo Mbeki
vol. 65 (2): 334-336

Volume 64 (4)

The Explorer Who Got Lost: Dr Andrew Cowan's Journal Found
vol. 64 (4): 747-768
A Case for Strong Municipal Governance: The Water Supply of Pretoria 1855–1935
vol. 64 (4): 769-786
Provision of Local Services by Tribal Administrations in Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1900–1966
vol. 64 (4): 787-806
‘The Problem of the Health of the Native’: Colonial Rule and the Rural African Healthcare Question in Zimbabwe, 1890s–1930
vol. 64 (4): 807-826
‘The Bandwagon of Golden Opportunities’? Healthcare in South Africa's Bantustan Periphery
vol. 64 (4): 827-851
Bewitching Zulu Women: Umhayizo, Gender, and Witchcraft in KwaZulu-Natal
vol. 64 (4): 852-875
John Bottomley, 1953–2011
vol. 64 (4): 876-877