South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 69 (1)

Transient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe
vol. 69 (1): 147-149

Volume 68 (4)

F.Z.S. Peregrino, A Significant but Duplicitous Figure in the Black Atlantic World
vol. 68 (4): 493-516
‘Good citizens and gentlemen’: Gender, Reputation and Identity at the South African College, 1880–1910
vol. 68 (4): 517-535
‘Enemy Aliens’ in Wartime: Civilian Internment in South Africa during World War I
vol. 68 (4): 536-556
The Introduction of Western Medicine in Southern Africa: The Case of Ainsworth Dickson Nursing Training School in Bremersdorp, Swaziland, 1927–1949
vol. 68 (4): 557-572
Propaganda Tricks – Good and Bad: The Posters of the Mobile Visual Instruction and Propaganda Section of the South African Union Defence Force from January to July 1945
vol. 68 (4): 573-622
Historian as Filmmaker: Reflections on the Making of the Film Documentary Those Dying Days
vol. 68 (4): 623-640
Shifting Identifications in Dutch-South African Migration Policies (1910–1961)
vol. 68 (4): 641-669
Chiefdoms and Kingdoms of Southeastern Africa: Oral Traditions and History, 1400–1830
vol. 68 (4): 670-672
The South African Gandhi: Stretcher-Bearer of Empire
vol. 68 (4): 672-674
The Communist Party in South Africa, Racism, Eurocentricity, and Moscow, 1921–1950
vol. 68 (4): 675-677
Margins of the Market: Trafficking and Capitalism across the Arabian Sea
vol. 68 (4): 677-679

Volume 68 (3)

‘Dangerous People’ or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love being an Historian
vol. 68 (3): 249-266
The Experience of War and the Making of a Historian: E.P. Thompson on Military Power, the Colonial Revolution and Nuclear Weapons
vol. 68 (3): 267-285
Sweetness and Fever? Sugar Production, Aedes aegypti, and Dengue Fever in Natal, South Africa, 1926–1927
vol. 68 (3): 286-303
Entangled Patriarchies: Sex, Gender and Relationality in the Forging of Natal: A Paper Presented in Critical Tribute to Jeff Guy
vol. 68 (3): 304-317
The Lure of Katanga Copper: Tanganyika Concessions Limited and the Anatomy of Mining and Mine Exploration 1899–1906
vol. 68 (3): 318-341
Drug Dealing Doctors and Unstable Subjects: Opium, Medicine and Authority in the Cape Colony, 1907–1910
vol. 68 (3): 342-365
Responsible Government and Miner-Farmer Relations in Southern Rhodesia, 1923–1945
vol. 68 (3): 366-389
Multiracial Women and the African Press in Post-World War II Lourenço Marques, Mozambique
vol. 68 (3): 390-414
Learning Amidst the Turmoil: Secondary Schooling in Soweto 1977–1990
vol. 68 (3): 415-436
The Smuts Biographies: Analysis and Historiographical Assessment
vol. 68 (3): 437-463
Diversity without Unity: Fragments of the History of the ANC
vol. 68 (3): 464-478
The Ends of European Colonial Empires: Cases and Comparisons
vol. 68 (3): 479-481
A Military History of Modern South Africa
vol. 68 (3): 481-483
Bram Fisher: Afrikaner Revolutionary
vol. 68 (3): 483-487
Conditional Tense: Memory and Vocabulary after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Committee
vol. 68 (3): 487-490

Volume 68 (2)

Chatham House and Africa c1920–1960: The Limitations of the Curtis Vision
vol. 68 (2): 147-162
‘To Buttress the Ideal of National Unity’: Broad South Africanism and Higher Education in the Early Twentieth Century
vol. 68 (2): 163-179
Borders and the Roots of Xenophobia in South Africa
vol. 68 (2): 180-194
Sexual Relations between British Soldiers and Boer Women: A Methodological Approach
vol. 68 (2): 195-212
South African Anglican Military Chaplains and the First World War
vol. 68 (2): 213-229
Text and Authority in the South African Nazaretha Church
vol. 68 (2): 230-233
Modernization as Spectacle in Africa
vol. 68 (2): 233-236
Biko's Ghost: The Iconography of Black Consciousness
vol. 68 (2): 236-239
Holy Hustlers, Schism, and Prophecy: Apostolic Reformation in Botswana
vol. 68 (2): 239-242
The Congress Movement: The Unfolding of the Congress Alliance 1912–1961
vol. 68 (2): 242-248

Volume 68 (1)

Special Issue: The State, The Citizen and Power
vol. 68 (1): 1-12
‘The Greatest State Scandal’: Personality, Power and the South African Republic Police, 1886–1896
vol. 68 (1): 13-30
Lonrho and the Limits of Corporate Power in Africa, c. 1961–1973
vol. 68 (1): 31-49