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.

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Vol 3, No 2 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

SUPER ROMA AS A NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT IN ZIMBABWE PDF
Mischeck Mudyiwa 1-20
THE ʽSINGING FREEDOMʼ EXHIBITION: PAINFUL HISTORIES, COLLECTIVE MEMORIES AND PERCEPTIONS OF FREEDOM PDF
Paul Tichmann, Shanaaz Galant 21-31
PLACES HAVE MEANING: THREE STREETS, THREE HOURS AND THREE STORIES OF SURVIVAL IN ONE CITY PDF
Radikobo Ntsimane 32-43
TRANSFORMING THE LEGACY OF LAND DISPOSSESSION: ARCHIVE, ORALITY AND HEALING IN THE CONTEXT OF SAN STORY-TELLING PDF
Marlene Winberg 44-54
GENDER AND LAND DISPOSSESSION IN ZIMBABWE: A CASE OF THE NDEBELE AT ESIGODINI AREA, 1893–2003 PDF
Ndakaitei Makwanise, Mehluli Masuku 55-68
INDIGENOUS AGENTS AND THE SCHOOL APOSTOLATE IN UKWUANILAND, 1841–1941 PDF
Jones U Odil 69-81
ORAL HISTORY SOURCES AS LEARNING MATERIALS: A CASE STUDY OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PDF
Gugulethu Shamaine Nkala, Rodreck David 82-93
40 YEARS ONWARDS: REAPPRAISING QWAQWA AFTER 20 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY IN SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Barend van der Merwe, Tshitso Challa 94-103

Book Reviews

THE CANADIAN ORAL HISTORY READER PDF
Christina Landman 104-105