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Posts Tagged ‘seminaar’

Seminaar: ‘First Light, False Dawn: 1910, the Union of SA, and the invention of heritage’

Departement Geskiedenis Spreker: Dr Peter Merrington (Buitengewone Professor in die Fakulteit Lettere by UWK) Onderwerp en opsomming:  ‘First Light, False Dawn: 1910, the Union of SA, and the invention of heritage’ This illustrated paper is a synopsis of a forthcoming book with similar title. It explores a ‘heritage paradigm’ from the early twentieth century, the […]

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Seminaar: Whales, Weather and War: South Africa, the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic, 1919 – c.1946

Departement Geskiedenis Spreker:  Lize-Marie van der Watt (Doktorale student, Departement Geskiedenis, US) Onderwerp:  Whales, Weather and War: South Africa, the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic, 1919 – c.1946  Datum:  Dinsdag, 24 Augustus 2010  Tyd:  13:00-14:00  Plek:  Kamer 316, Wilcocksgebou, Ryneveldstraat, Stellenbosch

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Seminaar: The ANC underground in Johannesburg during the 1976 Soweto Uprising

Aanbieder:  Dr Thula Simpson, Departement Historiese en Erfenis Studies, Universiteit Pretoria Onderwerp: The ANC underground in Johannesburg during the 1976 Soweto Uprising This paper explores the ANC underground in Johannesburg during and after the Soweto uprising of 1976. It details the links that the ANC endeavoured to establish with the student movement in the townships […]

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Seminaar: Waar staan die Afrikaners vandag?

Departement Geskiedenis Spreker:  Prof Hermann Giliomee Onderwerp:  Waar staan die Afrikaners vandag? Datum:  Dinsdag 20 April 2010 Tyd:  13:00-14:00 Plek:  Departement Geskiedenis, Kamer 316, Wilcocksgebou, Ryneveldstraat, Stellenbosch  

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Seminaar: South African Surfing during the International Sports Boycott

Uittreksel: South African Surfing during the International Sports Boycott

Surfing was shaped by the international sports boycott against apartheid despite its marginal status as a sporting tradition in South Africa. From the late 1970s to 1990, white South African amateur and professional surfers adapted to sports isolation in different ways. Excluded from the world titles, Springbok teams held unofficial tours. Professionals had to deal with passport problems when travelling as well as an Australian led boycott of the South African contests on the world surfing tour. In providing this context, this research examines how white South African surfing persistently, yet unsuccessfully, produced a discourse that attempted to separate sport from politics. By 1990, South Africa was a surfing nation in crisis as a direct result of the international sports sanctions.

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Seminaar: ‘Fit the Tree to the Climate’: Australian-South African Botanical Exchange and the Origins of the Climatic School of Silviculture in South Africa c. 1881-1935

Spreker: Brett Bennett (PhD student, Departement Geskiedenis, Universiteit van Texas in Austin) Onderwerp : ‘Fit the Tree to the Climate’: Australian-South African Botanical Exchange and the Origins of the Climatic School of Silviculture in South Africa c. 1881-1935 Datum: Dinsdag 2 Maart 2010 Plek: Kamer 316, Wilcocksgebou, Ryneveldstraat, Stellenbosch Tyd: 13:00-14:00 Opsomming: Botanists and foresters […]

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Seminaar: A Journalist Writes History

Departement Geskiedenis Tobie Wiese (Media24 Joernalistiek Akademie), gesels oor:  “A Journalist Writes History”. Datum:  Woensdag 21 Oktober 2009 Tyd: 13:00 tot 14:00 Plek:  Wilcocksgebou, kamer 316, (Dept Gesk/Universiteit Stellenbosch), h/v Victoria en Ryneveldstrate Kontak:  Sandra Swart sss@sun.ac.za Almal welkom!

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