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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Nkanda or bust: neo-tradition, politics and the fire-pool2019 Traditional dwellings and settlements review 30 (2): 7-19
  • Debbie Whelan
H6 [TRADITIONAL-]1050-2029
Acoustic perceptions of vessel fitness in southern Africa2017 Journal of material culture 22 (3): 261-80
  • Autumn Whiteway
  • Kent D. Fowler
  • Örjan Sandred
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1359-1835
“Only fatness will bring rain”: agriculturist rainmaking and hunter-gatherers2017 Southern African humanities 30: 101-24
  • G. Whitelaw
H6/KY [NATAL-]1681-5564
Visual narratives of the Anglo-Zulu war: cattle horns engraved by an unknown African artist2016 Southern African humanities 28: 81-101
  • Patricia Davison
H6/KY [NATAL-]1681-5564
Allusions to agriculturist rituals in hunter-gatherer rock art? eMkhobeni Shelter, northern uKhahlamba-Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa2015 African archaeological review 32 (3): 505-35
  • Jeremy C. Hollman
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338French summary
The South African Nguni female body and traditional dress as a national identity 'exploit'2013 Journal of human ecology 43 (1): 61-9
  • Thenjiwe Meyiwe
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274in special issue 'Human ecology and tourism interactions: special reference to southern Africa'
Reading across the divides: commentary on the political co-presence of disparate identities in two regions of South Africa in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries2012 Journal of southern African studies 38 (2): 281-90
  • Carolyn Hamilton
  • Simon Hall
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'Rethinking South Africa's past: essays on history and archaeology'
Identity and political centralisation in the western regions of Highveld, c. 1770-c. 1830: an archaeological perspective2012 Journal of southern African studies 38 (2): 301-18
  • Simon Hall
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'Rethinking South Africa's past: essays on history and archaeology'
A.T. Bryant and the 'Lala'2012 Journal of southern African studies 38 (2): 355-68
  • John Wright
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'Rethinking South Africa's past: essays on history and archaeology'
The art of daily life: portable objects from southeast Africa2011 Tribal art 60: 66-71
  • Constatine Petridis
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
The 2009 FTI Workshop and excursion: vaulable lessons from Eastern Africa2010 African studies 69 (2): 212-17
  • Tim Maggs
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184in special issue 'History and archaeology in conversation - South Africa meets East Africa workshop'
Descent of iron age farmers in Southern Africa during the last 2000 years2010 African archaeological review 27 (2): 87-106
  • Shaw Badenhorst
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338French summary
Genetics and southern African prehistory: an archaeological view2010 Journal of anthropological science: Rivista di Antropologia 88: 73-92
  • Peter Mitchell
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0085-5723
A relevant physics curriculum: tapping indigenous African knowledge systems2008 Indilinga 7 (2): 223-36
  • Annemarie Hattingh
  • Cable Moji
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]in thematic issue 'African indigenous knowledge systems: in search of a research agenda'
The early livestock-raiser of southern Africa2008 Southern African humanities 20 (1): 7-35
  • Christopher Ehret
H6/KY [NATAL-]1681-5564in special issue 'Kohekhoe and the origins of herding in southern Africa'
Living with a tyrant: Ndau memories and identities int he shadow of Ngungunyana2008 International journal of African historical studies 41 (1): 29-53
  • Elizabeth MacGonagle
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Food security in northern Malawi: gender, kinship relations and entitlements in historical context2005 Journal of southern African studies 31 (1): 54-74
  • Rachel Bezner Kerr
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Defence consciousness as a way of life: 'the refuge period' and Karanga defence strategies in the 19th century2005 Zimbabwean prehistory (25): 19-26
  • Gerald Chikozho Mazarire
*H6/KE [ZIMBABWEAN-]
The archaeology of the Nguni past2004 Southern African humanities 16: 79-111
  • Thomas N. Huffman
H6/KY [NATAL-]1681-5564
The uniqueness of Nguni mediumistic divination in southern Africa2002 Africa 72 (2): 277-92
  • W. D. Hammond-Tooke
0001-9720in thematic section 'Dilemmas in southern African ethnography'; French summary
Across the Atlantic: beaded garments transformed2002 Journal of museum ethnography 14: 1-3
  • Margaret Carey
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0954-7169
The Central Cattle Pattern and interpreting the past2001 Journal of southern African studies 13: 19-35
  • Thomas N. Huffman
0305-7070
Historical overview of the Mahlalela people2001 Research by the National Cultural History Museum 10: 19-29, 111-14
  • P. D. R. Van der Merwe
1024-350Xin monographic issue 'A remembered corner of the country: heritage documentation and development in the Embuzini valley, Mpumalanga province'; with appendices 2 and 3, 31-2
eMbuzini and the popular struggle2001 Research by the National Cultural History Museum 10: 32-6, 111-14
  • S. M. Moifatswane
1024-350Xin monographic issue 'A remembered corner of the country: heritage documentation and development in the Embuzini valley, Mpumalanga province'; with appendix 4, 37-65
Arts and crafts heritage2001 Research by the National Cultural History Museum 10: 75-82, 111-14
  • J. A. Van Schalkwyk
1024-350Xin monographic issue 'A remembered corner of the country: heritage documentation and development in the Embuzini valley, Mpumalanga province'
Living heritage2001 Research by the National Cultural History Museum 10: 83-90, 111-14
  • J. A. Van Schalkwyk
  • P. D. R. Van der Merwe
1024-350Xin monographic issue 'A remembered corner of the country: heritage documentation and development in the Embuzini valley, Mpumalanga province'; with appendix 6, 91-9
Heritage development potential of the embuzini area2001 Research by the National Cultural History Museum 10: 100-7, 111-14
  • J. A. Van Schalkwyk
1024-350Xin monographic issue 'A remembered corner of the country: heritage documentation and development in the Embuzini valley, Mpumalanga province'
Nguni diviners and the south-eastern San: some issues relating to their mutual cultural influence2000 Natal Museum journal of humanities 12: 79-95
  • Pieter Jolly
1015-0935reply to 'Dissecting diviners: on positivism, trance-formations, and the unreliable informant' by FE Prins Natal Mus J Hum 1999 (11) 43-62
Divinatory animals: further evidence of San /Nguni borrowing1999 South African archaeological bulletin 54 (170): 128-32
  • W. D. Hammond-Tooke
0038-1969
Selective borrowing? The possibility of San shamanistic influence on southern Bantu divination and healing practices1998 South African archaeological bulletin 53 (167): 9-15
  • W. D. Hammond-Tooke
First fruits celebrations among the Nguni peoples of southern Africa: an ethnoastronomical interpretation1998 Archaeoastronomy 29 (23): 31-8
  • Keith Snedegar
0142-7253
Whatever happened to /Kaggen?: a note on Khoisan /Cape Nguni borrowing1997 South African archaeological bulletin 52 (166): 122-4
  • W. D. Hammond-Tooke
The healer's art: Cape Nguni diviners in the townships of Grahamstown, eastern Cape, South Africa1993 Curare 16 (2): 97-114
  • Manton Hirst
German summary
Bushmen as mediators in Nguni cosmology1992 Ethnology 31 (2): 133-47
  • F E Prins
  • H Lewis
Betrachtungen zur Entwicklung der Waffen, der Kriegführung und der Wehrverfassung der Xhosa und Zulu im frühen 19. Jahrhundert1990 Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 3: 185-201
  • J W Raum
English summary