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Linell Chewins & Peter Delius, 'The North Eastern Factor in South African history: Re-evaluating the volume of the slave trade out of Delagoa Bay the and the nature of its impact on its hinterland in the early 19th centuries'
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Deborah Posel ''Getting inside the skin": advertising, market research and "the black consumer" in apartheid South Africa'
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Todd H. Leedy, 'But Did They Really Race? The Early History of Black Competitive Cycling around Johannesburg'
Catherine Burns, 'City of women – Johannesburg: The Early years 1900 to 1940
Susanne Klausen, 'Sex, Shame and Suicide: Policing White Male Heterosexuality in South Africa during Apartheid'
Katharina Fink 'FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time'
Linda Gordon, 'Leadership and Followership: The Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955-56'
Linda Chisholm, ''Fate comes to the Mission Schools': Fire at Bethel, 1953'
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Elizabeth Pleck, 'Historian as Friend of the (U.S.) Court'
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Alex Lichtenstein, 'Post-Wiehahn Shop Floor Battles for Union Recognition in Natal's Textile Industry'
Joel Quirk, ''Native' Marriage as a form of Slavery: Reflections on Colonial Classifications in Africa'
Edward Cavanagh, 'Empire's Companies in Southern Africa: How the VOC got its Land'
Michael Mahoney, 'Towards a History of African Unemployment in South Africa: Bringing Political Economy 'Back In' to South African Historiography'
Heather Hughes, 'Family history, gendered biography: individual and social biography-writing in South Africa'
Dan Magaziner, 'Studios and Schools: The Ambiguities of African Art Teachers'
Julie Parle, 'Searching for the okapi: thalidomide in Africa'
Shahid Mathee and Mauro Nobili, ''From history to mystery in a recent English translation of a seventeenth-century Timbuktu chronicle'
Andrew MacDonald, 'Bars, Barmaids and southern Africa's Indian Ocean World, 1870s-1950s
Lindie Koorts, ''A mutually corrupt relationship': The Kruger state, the Dynamite Concession and the Transvaal Concessions Commission, c. 1900'
Helen Ludlow, 'What's the fuss about chocolate? Ghana, cocoa, colonialism and globalization
Charl Blignaut, 'Untold History with a Historiography: A Review of Scholarship on Afrikaner Women in South African History'
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Susan Newton King, 'Slavery, Race and Citizenship: The ambiguous status of freed slaves at the Cape in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Shula Marks, 'Social Medicine: common sense or utopian dream? The South African experience in transnational perspective'
Nicole Ulrich, 'Heads of the Hydra in Southern Africa: rethinking proletarian community and traditions of protest in the Cape of Good Hope, c. 1652-1770'
Jimmy Pieterse, 'Dictionaries and Discourses of Deviance'
Jonathan Hyslop, 'The Strange Death of Liberal England and the Strange Birth of Illiberal South Africa: British Trade Unionists, Indian Labourers and Afrikaner Rebels, 1910-1914'