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Wright, John (1978)
Publisher: Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HIS
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    • See R. Haven-Hart, Before Van Riebeeck (cape Town, 1967), and Cape Good Hope, 2 vols (cape Town, 1971).
    • C. Barter, Adventures of an Oxford Collegian o on don, 1852), pp. 53-4.
    • For surveys of South African historiopphy, see L. M. Thompson, "Afrikaner nationalist historiography and the policy of apartheid1*,Journal of African Histom, 3 (1962), pp. 125-41; the same author's chapter, "South Africa", in R. Winks (ed), The Historiography of the British Ehpire-Commonwealth (Durham, NC, 1966); F. A. van Jaarsveld, The Afrikanerls Interpretation of South African Histoq (cape Town, 1964).
    • On the history of racist thinking in Eumpe, and more particularly in Britain, see P. D. Curtin, The Imam of Africa (Madison, 1964); M. Banton, Race Relations ondo don, 1967); P. Mason, Patterns of Dominance o on don, 1970); E. D. Genovese, The World the Slaveholders Made (London, 1970); V. G. Kiernaa, The Lords of Human -Kind (Harmondsworth, 1972); M. D. Biddiss, "Gobineau and the origins of European racismll,W ,7 (1965-6), pp. 255-70; M. NikolinaJros, llNoteson an economic theory of racism11&,, 14 (1972-3), pp. 365-81.
    • See, for instance, M. Legassick, "The frontier tradition in South African historiography", CSP: The Societies of Southern Africa, Vol. I1 (ICS, Xiondon, 1971)~p. 10; A. Atmore and N. Westlake, "A liberal dilemma: a critique of the Oxford History of South Africa", U,14 (1972-3), pp.115-16; W. Freund, llRacein the social structure of South Africa, 1652-183611,Race and Class, 18, 1 (19761, PP. 63-50 See, for instance, F. S. Tatham, The Race Conflict in South Africa (~ieteraaritzburg,1894); A. Davis, The Native Problem in South Africa ondo don, 1903) The Beginnings of South African History s ond don, 1902), pp. 9-19.
    • (31) A. J. H. van der Walt, J. A. Wiid and A. L. Geyer (eds), Geskiedenis van SuidAfrika, Vol. 2 (~loemfonteinand Johannesburg, 1951), pp. 331-3, 607.
    • (32) Cape Town and Pretoria, 1960, p. 45.
    • Ibid., pp. 47-8. On the issue of miscegenation in the Cape, see P. L. van den Berghe, lVliscegenationin South AfricatlC,ahiers dlEtudes Africaines, No. 4 (1960), pp. 68-84; L. J. Greenstein, "Slave and citizen: the South African case", a, 15 (1973-4), pp. 25-46; R. Ross, "The 'white! population of the Cape colony in the eighteenth centuryf1,Collected Seminar Papers, No. 20, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 1976, pp. 15-22.
    • (48) M. Wilson, "The hunters and herdersn, i n M. Wilson and L. Thompson (eds), g Oxford History of South Africa, Vol. 1 (Oxford, 1969), pp. 63-4, 70-3.
    • (49) Bushman Raiders of the DraJsensberg 1840-1870 (~ietermaritaburg,1971).
    • (52) lqSlaves o r workers? Relations between Budmen, Tswaaa, and Boers in the &laha.ri", Journal of Southern African Studies, 2, 2 ( ~ p r i 1l976), pp. 178-197.
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