South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 67 (1)

From the Nuclear Laager to the Non-Proliferation Club: South Africa and the NPT
vol. 67 (1): 32-46
‘Die hand aan die wieg regeer die land [The hand that rocks the cradle rules the land]’: Exploring the Agency and Identity of Women in the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1939–1954
vol. 67 (1): 47-63
Margaret Levyns and the Decline of Ecological Liberalism in the Southwest Cape, 1890–1975
vol. 67 (1): 64-84
Response to Anne Digby, ‘Debating the Gluckman Commission: A Final Rejoinder’
vol. 67 (1): 85-90
Debating the Gluckman Commission: A Final Rejoinder
vol. 67 (1): 91-94
The Nature of Heritage: The New South Africa
vol. 67 (1): 95-98
The Rise of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in Western Africa 1300–1589
vol. 67 (1): 98-100
Setter Colonialism and Land Rights in South Africa: Possession and Dispossession on the Orange River
vol. 67 (1): 101-103
Building Apartheid: On Architecture and Order in Imperial Cape Town
vol. 67 (1): 103-105
Jeff Guy: A Life – Historian, Teacher, Passionate Citizen and Gifted Writer
vol. 67 (1): 106-111

Volume 66 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 66 (4): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 66 (4): 0-0
Casper, Crebis and the Knegt: Rape, Homicide and Violence in the Eighteenth-Century Rural Western Cape
vol. 66 (4): 611-634
Casper, Crebis and the Knegt: Rape, Homicide and Violence in the Eighteenth-Century Rural Western Cape
vol. 66 (4): 611-634
Split-Households: Indian Wives, Cape Town Husbands and Immigration Laws, 1900s to 1940s
vol. 66 (4): 635-655
Split-Households: Indian Wives, Cape Town Husbands and Immigration Laws, 1900s to 1940s
vol. 66 (4): 635-655
‘Loyalty's Fair Reward’: The Natal Native Horse in the Zulu Rebellion of 1906
vol. 66 (4): 656-676
‘Loyalty's Fair Reward’: The Natal Native Horse in the Zulu Rebellion of 1906
vol. 66 (4): 656-676
‘Tell England, Ye Who Pass this Monument’: English-speaking South Africans, Memory and War Remembrance until the Eve of the Second World War
vol. 66 (4): 677-698
‘Tell England, Ye Who Pass this Monument’: English-speaking South Africans, Memory and War Remembrance until the Eve of the Second World War
vol. 66 (4): 677-698
Land, Gender and Inheritance Disputes Among the Basotho in the Dewure Purchase Areas, Colonial Zimbabwe
vol. 66 (4): 699-716
Land, Gender and Inheritance Disputes Among the Basotho in the Dewure Purchase Areas, Colonial Zimbabwe
vol. 66 (4): 699-716
The Other Zulus: The Spread of Zulu Ethnicity in Colonial South Africa
vol. 66 (4): 717-719
The Other Zulus: The Spread of Zulu Ethnicity in Colonial South Africa
vol. 66 (4): 717-719
The Cambridge History of South Africa. Volume 1: From Early Times to 1885
vol. 66 (4): 720-721
The Cambridge History of South Africa. Volume 1: From Early Times to 1885
vol. 66 (4): 720-721
The Cambridge History of South Africa, Volume 2: 1885 to 1994
vol. 66 (4): 722-724
The Cambridge History of South Africa, Volume 2: 1885 to 1994
vol. 66 (4): 722-724
Ingrid Jonker: A Jacana Pocket Biography
vol. 66 (4): 724-725
Ingrid Jonker: A Jacana Pocket Biography
vol. 66 (4): 724-725
In the Name of the People: Angola's Forgotten Massacre
vol. 66 (4): 726-728
In the Name of the People: Angola's Forgotten Massacre
vol. 66 (4): 726-728
A Place That Matters Yet: John Gubbins's MuseumAfrica in the Postcolonial World
vol. 66 (4): 728-731
A Place That Matters Yet: John Gubbins's MuseumAfrica in the Postcolonial World
vol. 66 (4): 728-731

Volume 66 (2)

Historians Converge and Consolidate in Botswana
vol. 66 (2): 205-206
To Rescue the Past From the Nation: All for One, One for All? Leveraging National Interests with Regional Visions in Southern Africa
vol. 66 (2): 207-216
Towards a Broader Southern African History: Backwards, Sideways, and Upside-Down
vol. 66 (2): 217-226
The Strange Death of ‘Zimbabwe-Rhodesia’: The Question of British Recognition of the Muzorewa Regime in Rhodesian Public Opinion, 1979
vol. 66 (2): 227-248
A Matter of Life and Death: Criminal Law and the Death Penalty in South West Africa (SWA) under South African Rule, 1915–1939
vol. 66 (2): 249-269
Healthcare in Exile: ANC Health Policy and Health Care Provision in MK Camps, 1964 to 1989
vol. 66 (2): 270-290