New issue of the South African Journal of Cultural History

The new issue (36.2) of the South African Journal of Cultural History has been published: link.

Research Articles:

Colonial Alienation, Resistance and Assimilation: A Hopefield History‘, by Francois Johannes Cleophas

‘Circular Farms on Maps of the Southwestern Cape‘, by Elri Liebenberg

‘Historical Fiction as a Reflection on Present Concerns: Dalene Matthee’s Forest Novels’, by Marike Beyers

‘’n Sintese Van Inligting Omtrent Hoofman Tshwane – Historiese Feit, Mite of Versinsel?‘, by Anton C van Vollenhoven

Die Sosiale Lewe in Bloemfontein in Die Laat Negentiende Eeu, Met Spesiale Verwysing Na Die Reitz-Tydperk, 1889–1895‘, by Marianna Botes and André Wessels

Rhoda Barry: ’N Vrou Met Invloed In ’N Wêreld Waarvan Sy Nie Deel Was Nie‘, by Irma Liebenberg

Prof Dr G Van N Viljoen’s Rand Afrikaans University: A Vision for Academic Excellence and Inclusivity‘, by Juan Klee

The Novalis Ubuntu Institute (1994): Brian Johnson and the Concepts of Anthroposophical Architecture‘, by Deon Liebenberg

A Comparative Stylistic Analysis of an ‘Arabian Dagger’ from the Ditsong National Museum of Cultural History, South Africa‘, by AM Harcombe

Why is a Community’s Culture Important?

Book reviews:

David Stirling: The Phoney Major: The life, times and truth about the founder of the SAS by Gavin Mortimer, reviewed by Louis Bester

Rekonstruksie: Die naoorlogsjare in Suid-Afrika, 1902–1905 by Karel Schoeman, reviewed by Emile C Coetzee

Mont Pelaan, Verkykerskop en Swinburne: ’n Kultuurgeskiedenis by Johann Lodewyk Marais, reviewed by Derek du Bruyn

Falling monuments, reluctant ruins: The persistence of the past in the architecture of Apartheid ed. by Hilton Judin, reviewed by Anton C van Vollenhoven

Jan Smuts 1870–1950: ’n Fotobiografie by Anton Joubert, reviewed by André Wessels