Oral History Journal of South Africa

OHJSA creates space for academics in collaboration with oral history practioners, archivists and librarians to publish scientific papers in the field of oral history. The focus of the journal is on the methods of oral history research as well as the results or oral history research done in and on southern Africa expanding to the rest of Africa and eventually to the rest of the world.



Guest issue: Performance Criticism and Scripture


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We would like to provide the opportunity for publishing high quality scholarly work in the fields of Biblical Criticism and Performativity.

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Vol 7, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents


Motlatsi Thabane
23 pages
Joshua S. Chakawa
10 pages
Mir Kamruzzman Chowdhary
11 pages
Njabulo Bruce Khumalo
13 pages