Bibliographic update July 2017: All

African Historical Review

Africa’s Long Road since Independence: The many histories of a continent
vol. 48 (2): 107-109
Swanesang: die einde van die Kompanjiestyd aan die Kaap, 1771–1795
vol. 48 (2): 110-112
Slagtersnek en sy mense
vol. 48 (2): 113-114
Ons Japie – Die Boereoorlogdagboek van Anna Barry
vol. 48 (2): 115-117
The University of South Africa (Unisa) 1918–1948: the first transition, from colonial to segregationist institution
vol. 48 (1): 1-20
‘Oxford in the bush’: the founding (and diminishing) ethos of Rhodes University
vol. 48 (1): 21-35
The origins of university education in KwaZulu-Natal: The Natal University College 1909–19491
vol. 48 (1): 36-55
South African University history: a historiographical overview
vol. 48 (1): 56-82
Leo Fouché and history at Wits University, 1934–1942
vol. 48 (1): 83-99
J.S. Marais, a great South African historian: a personal re-assessment
vol. 48 (1): 100-116
Internationalisation at Stellenbosch University during the international academic boycott of the apartheid era (1948–1994)
vol. 48 (1): 117-144
Whither the free South African university?
vol. 48 (1): 145-154
Eden’s exiles: one soldier’s fight for paradise
vol. 48 (1): 155-157
Iron fist from the sea: South Africa's seaborne raiders, 1978–1988
vol. 48 (1): 158-160
Our land, our life, our future: Black South African challenges to territorial segregation 1913–1948
vol. 48 (1): 161-164
The road to democracy in South Africa, volume 6 [1990–1996], parts 1 and 2
vol. 48 (1): 165-168
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
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
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